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Topic # 24045 13-Jul-2008 23:39
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Does anyone know if NEC monitors are available in NZ?

Before taking the plunge and adding an Apple 30" display I am looking for any sensible alternatives. As a pro photographer the ability to accurately render colour - preferably as much of the Adobe RGB gamut as possible - is the key thing.

Some of the NEC monitors will render almost 94% of the ARGB gamut but I cannot seem to find them in NZ at all. Are they available? If not, any other suggestions in that sort of size?





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  Reply # 147870 14-Jul-2008 19:12
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They are, you just have to ask the right people :)

The HP dreamcolor monitors look far better than the apples, but come at a hugee price.

Most of the others render quite well, callibration is the key.

Nikon or Canon?




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  Reply # 147942 14-Jul-2008 23:16
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Such as whom?! This is the one I am trying to find: LCD3090WQXi

I have not had any exposure to the HP ones - it is a brand I usually avoid like the plague! Are they good?

Nikon every time for work. Leica for pleasure. I am not sure that there is a whole lot in it - especially at the upper end - but I have always found Nikon more user friendly and I like the way they render colour in the DSLR's - it is warmer than Canon, I think and seems more natural. The D3 is an amazing tool.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 147982 15-Jul-2008 08:19
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Geektastic: Does anyone know if NEC monitors are available in NZ?

Before taking the plunge and adding an Apple 30" display I am looking for any sensible alternatives. As a pro photographer the ability to accurately render colour - preferably as much of the Adobe RGB gamut as possible - is the key thing.

Some of the NEC monitors will render almost 94% of the ARGB gamut but I cannot seem to find them in NZ at all. Are they available? If not, any other suggestions in that sort of size?


Try here  http://www.nec.co.nz/visuals.html





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  Reply # 147999 15-Jul-2008 09:06
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Geektastic: Such as whom?!.



Me. :)



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Reply # 148023 15-Jul-2008 10:48
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Simonm:
Geektastic: Such as whom?!.



Me. :)

OK...I'll bite! Consider yourself asked!





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