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Need a recommendation for a good editing screen


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Hello Hello, I need a recommendation for a good editing screen, I am studying XNUMXD animation 

And deals with software maya, zbrush, Max

+ Adobe software etc ..

(Occasionally I also want to play a game or two in it)

Budget up to 1700 NIS roof *


I would love a 27 size screen preferably for 2K 

I saw some models 

Undecided between the dell U2719D

AndQ27q-10 of

A friend recommended meGigabyte G27Q which scares me a bit because I realized it sits in the gaming category 

https://www.gigabyte.com/Monitor/G27Q/sp#sp (Gigabit)

https://www.lenovo.com/il/en/monitors/q27q (Lenovo)

https://www.dell.com/il/en/business/p/dell-u2719d-monitor/pd

(The dell (

 

Thank you 

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Hey

 

On paper, the gigabyte looks the best.

But of course it is not enough.

 

He was recently criticized here on the site,

Basically, it has a higher than average light leakage problem.

 

What I'm saying is, you'll have to dig deep into professional reviews

Overseas sites regarding each and every screen, and make a decision accordingly.

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Hey

 

On paper, the gigabyte looks the best.

But of course it is not enough.

 

He was recently criticized here on the site,

Basically, it has a higher than average light leakage problem.

 

What I'm saying is, you'll have to dig deep into professional reviews

Overseas sites regarding each and every screen, and make a decision accordingly.

 Hello

Yes..I'm been searching the internet for two weeks

And I'm already at a loss in this section so I asked here maybe Micho could save lol

The situation at the moment is that the new computer I ordered is supposed to say in the next few days and I need to buy the screen 

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From what I see in a web search the Dell UP2716D is always under the recommendations for editing screens among the recommended screens at a reasonable price.

I think it's worth going on Especially when the second option of Gigabyte is more for gaming and with serious light leakage something that is very critical in editing.

 

My personal opinion to go for .

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From what I see in a web search the Dell UP2716D is always under the recommendations for editing screens among the recommended screens at a reasonable price.

I think it's worth going on Dell Especially when the second option of Gigabyte is more for gaming and with serious light leakage something that is very critical in editing.

 

My personal opinion to go for Dell.

  Hi thanks 

Do you think a screen from 2016 is still relevant?

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A tricky question ....

In the given budget and for your purposes, yes.

It is not ideal for gaming, because with 8ms  

You won't get far.

But for design and trilogy, color accuracy, etc. - fine.

 

Here is a review (one of many kinds) - 

 

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2719d.htm

 

Overall, a good screen in relation to cost and in general .....

Of course it does not have light leaks like in Gigabyte.

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A tricky question ....

In the given budget and for your purposes, yes.

It is not ideal for gaming, because with 8ms  

You won't get far.

But for design and trilogy, color accuracy, etc. - fine.

 

Here is a review (one of many kinds) - 

 

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2719d.htm

 

Overall, a good screen in relation to cost and in general .....

Of course it does not have light leaks like in Gigabyte.

Can recommend a 27 "screen that combines say? 

By and large I bought a Lenovo 23.8 screen which is 2K (anyway it is secondary) 

 

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Hey

 

It's enough to take a look at the CONS, without delving into the review itself to

Conclude that the screen is not for you.

 

These if the delay made me forget the screen targets, ALT, it's not gaming ....  :)

 

He received a higher score than Dell's U Series

Can you explain to me why he is not for me

 

There is the model ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV

And it is available for purchase from Amazon, could there be a problem with purchasing a screen from Amazon? Its price there is about my budget

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Yes.

 

1. The screen has a bad contrast ratio, to say the least.

I of course do not have to explain to you what this means.

 

2. The black uniformity of the screen is also not good, i.e.

The black scatter on the screen is uneven.

 

Both of these parameters are critical to any content editor

Who needs a quality screen.

In addition, the color accuracy straight from the box is also lacking.

It can be calibrated, but the first two sections, no.

 

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Yes.

 

1. The screen has a bad contrast ratio, to say the least.

I of course do not have to explain to you what this means.

 

2. The black uniformity of the screen is also not good, i.e.

The black scatter on the screen is uneven.

 

Both of these parameters are critical to any content editor

Who needs a quality screen.

In addition, the color accuracy straight from the box is also lacking.

It can be calibrated, but the first two sections, no.

 

Sorry for the inconvenience but I saw it in the range of adding a few hundred shekels how is it?

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/asus/proart-display-pa278qv

 

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