Flat-Screen Monitors

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Tim Higgison
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Flat-Screen Monitors

Unread postby Tim Higgison » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:19 pm

Good Day,

For some years now I have been using a Philips Triniton 19" screen, but it is now becoming soft and a bit beyond its use-by date!
I have been looking for reviews and advice about Flat-Screen Monitors, but have been unable to find any that concentrate on photographic use; all comments seem to be about gaming!
Grateful for advice on where to find useful reviews and/or comments on which screens readers have found to up to the job for photographic work.
I'm currently using Photoshop CS4 with my A700.
Many thanks for your help.
All the best,
Tim Higgison

harvey
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Re: Flat-Screen Monitors

Unread postby harvey » Fri Oct 09, 2009 9:35 am

Tim Higgison wrote:Good Day,

For some years now I have been using a Philips Triniton 19" screen, but it is now becoming soft and a bit beyond its use-by date!
I have been looking for reviews and advice about Flat-Screen Monitors, but have been unable to find any that concentrate on photographic use; all comments seem to be about gaming!
Grateful for advice on where to find useful reviews and/or comments on which screens readers have found to up to the job for photographic work.
Tim Higgison

There was a thread that is relevant. Just be aware that one of the posters in that thread (Sonolta/Don) is no longer participating in this forum and his posts were deleted.

I'm still using an Iiyama CRT...

Harvey


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