While monitor calibration can help you get the best out of your screen, it can’t improve the display quality or increase the colour gamut – if colour accuracy is critical to your work, so is a good quality monitor.
For colour critical work, we would recommend that you invest in the highest grade monitor your budget will allow even if this means selecting a smaller sized monitor. If you are considering a high resolution monitor then it is important to take into account the computer and graphics card you will need to drive it. Other elements to take into consideration when purchasing a monitor is the aspect ratio and whether you intend to use a one or two monitor set-up.
BENQ£1,059.60 incl. VAT
BenQ PD3220U Pro 32in IPS Monitor 100% sRGB and 95% P3 colour space with IPS Technology Thunderbolt 3 daisy chain technology for dual monitor ...View full details£1,059.60 incl. VAT
BENQ£1,599.00 incl. VAT
BenQ SW321C Pro 32in IPS Monitor Winner of the TIPA ‘Best Professional Photo Monitor’ Award for 2020 As photographers, you understand that colour...View full details£1,599.00 incl. VAT
Eizo£3,960.00 incl. VAT
EIZO CG319X Monitor HDR video editing and colour-accurate photo display in 4K resolution for creating a truly immersive experience. A professional ...View full details£3,960.00 incl. VAT