EIZO has been developing and producing high-quality monitors and display solutions since 1968. When you talk about EIZO, you are talking about uncompromising quality. And products that achieve the highest levels of reliability, image quality, and ergonomics. EIZO ColorEdge monitors are the industry’s highest quality monitors for professionals with the highest standards. Covering 99% of the Adobe RGB gamut, they give you more colour, more accuracy, more consistency and more clarity. EIZO technology opens your eyes to world-class for Photography Retouching, Visual FX, Post Production, Design and Pre-Press.
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EIZO ColorEdge CG Series
OPEN YOUR EYES TO WORLD-CLASS
The EIZO ColorEdge CG Professional Range is split into three sections: 4k Definition, High Definition and HDR, so you’ve got all the technology you need to really see the detail in your work. This technology improves your ability to create accurate living, breathing colour. Each monitor gives you exceptional detail and smooth images, as well as built-in calibration sensors, media emulation and True Black display. There are six monitors in the range with screen sizes ranging from 24” to 31” all covering 99% of the Adobe RGB gamut. Other benefits include a 3D Look-Up Table, True Black display and Out of Gamut Warning, along with the industry-leading EIZO on-site 5-year warranty. View »
EIZO ColorEdge CS2740 4K UHD 27 Inch Monitor
Product of the Month
The ColorEdge CS2740 is the first CS series monitor to implement 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160). The remarkable detail on this 27" monitor ensures high-resolution photos and videos are displayed crisply.
EIZO FlexScan Series
CHOOSE EIZO WORK BETTER
The EIZO FlexScan series is a range of professional PC monitors for offices and homes. The high-quality office LCDs combines ergonomic and economical properties with excellent image quality and durability. Alongside the tried-and-tested FlexScan EV models in widescreen format, there are also monitors in the classical 5:4 or 4:3 format in the Square series. View »
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EIZO ColorEdge CG279X 27 inch Professional HDR Wide Colour Gamut Monitor
EIZO FlexScan EV2457
EIZO Monitors – Key Features
True Black: Colour depth for plastic images.
Dark tones often appear faint or washed-out on LCD screens. True Black improves the contrast ratio and dark tones appear deeper – particularly when looking at the monitor from the side.
Precise colour rendering thanks to high-resolution 3D look-up table
The 3D LUT provides for the most precise tone value allocation possible and extremely exact colour tone rendering, which is shown amongst other things in the grey scale. Brightness levels in relation to the image signal vary from module to module in LCDs and the colour mixture (addition) of red, green, and blue also varies. This can be exactly determined and controlled only with the aid of specific measuring devices. EIZO therefore configures all of its monitors in the CG series and its colours and tone value curve in the factory. This results in a consistent colour temperature over the entire grey scale. The result: The colour reproduction is equal, precise, and reliable across each individual CG279X monitor.
10 bit colour depth: a billion colours in the finest grades
Thanks to the 10 bit colour display based on a 16 bit LUT, you can utilize a huge colour spectrum. This is made possible by the rapid DisplayPort and HDMI connections in combination with the frame rate control. A billion colours at your fingertips simultaneously. That is 64 times more colours than with an 8 bit display. The colour gradations are finer and the colour differences between adjacent colours are smaller. The enhanced greyscale range is equally important for post-production. With the 10 bit greyscale range activated, between 6% and 14% more greyscales are visible.
The Gamut Warning operates in two modes: Rec. 2020 image content that can’t be displayed in the Rec. 709 gamut is displayed in greyscale. Alternatively, clipping mode is simulated in Rec. 709 to show how Rec. 2020 material would look on HDTV devices.