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EIZO ColorEdge CS270, CX271 or CG277 – wh...


EIZO has three ColorEdge 27 inch monitors in their range: EIZO ColorEdge CG277,  EIZO ColorEdge CX271 and EIZO ColorEdge CS270. As you read down the specs you may be hard pressed to spot the differences but they are there. The CS, CX and CG models are each designed and targeted at slightly different types of customers, in this post I’ll […]

EIZO ColorEdge 24 Inch Monitors – Which i...

EIZO ColorEdge CG247

One of the hardest things I get asked to do is to recommend one monitor over another or to justify price differences between seemingly similar monitors. Quite often the specifications are very similar and the differences are qualitative and very difficult to put a value on as every customers needs and preferences vary. EIZO have […]

What’s the difference between an NEC PA m...


Like many manufacturers NEC would like to maximise their sales by offering a range of products to suit different budgets and requirements. So they offer three levels of monitors aimed at professional users wanting high quality and accuracy. Unfortunately the differences between the levels isn’t always that obvious and it is easy to wonder why […]

Five Great Reasons to Visit Us at Focus on Imag...

Five Great Reasons to Visit Us at Focus on Imaging

The Focus on Imaging trade show is almost upon us now. The biggest photographic event of the year will be held as usual at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre from 3rd to 6th March. Around 40,000 people will come and see the 200 exhibitors this year and we thought we’d give you a five great reasons […]

How ICC Profiling Really Works

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I was reading a really good blog review of the new scanner profiling module in X-Rite’s i1 Profiler software the other day. The blogger is someone I know and respect. He really knows his stuff, but when he was explaining how scanner profiling worked the explanation he gave was one that I see again and […]

ICC Version 2 or 4?

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In 2001 the International Color Consortium published a revised specification for ICC profiles. The version 4 specification addressed various issues and ambiguities with the previous spec, version 2 (I don’t know what happened to version 3). The ICC consists of highly qualified, experienced colour scientists and colour management experts who firmly believe in the advantages […]


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