We present the CG2420 ColorEdge monitor in pcpromaroc. Easy to maintain, with optimal color reproduction for professionals who wish to express their own creative vision.
Let your imagination fly high with this professional level model for use in photography, design, printing and post production. It is characterized by an integrated self-calibration sensor for easier monitor maintenance, vivid color reproduction according to industry standards and exceptional high contrast to reproduce true blacks.
Excellent quality and sharp images
The monitor offers an excellent contrast ratio of 1,500 high resolution (1,920 x 1,200 pixels): 1 and a brightness of 400 cd / m2. In this way, structures and graphics can be processed with great precision. The contours of the characters are clear and crisp. The LCD module with IPS technology (wide range) allows a viewing angle 178 for viewing without loss of chromaticity and contrast even from the sides.
The CG2420 model has a high complexity circuit (ASIC, Specific Application Integrated Circuit), specifically made by Eizo to respond specifically to high level reproduction needs. A special algorithm ensures consistent representation, exact and stable color.
Wide range - suitable for printing and RAW
Using still images in RGB RAW or Adobe format cannot give up a wide range of colors. WideGamut color space covers 99% of Adobe RGB space. In the event that RAW photos are converted to Adobe RGB format, the monitor will then be able to reproduce them absolutely correctly and congruently. The deep blue sky and the deep green of the forest will be represented by correspondence - unlike monitors that have only the sRGB color space. Also in the printing process, EIZO monitors offer many advantages and almost completely cover the CMYK color space (such as ISO and US Web Coated). Seeing the print results directly on the monitor means considerable time savings for professional users.
Integrated sensor for autocalibration
The integrated sensor guarantees the highest possible color accuracy. Perfectly harmonized with the monitor properly detects environmental influences, such as lighting, the correlation of the parameters in the center and the sides with those of the entire viewing area, in order to achieve a uniform and constant performance throughout the screen . The calibration sensor is integrated into the housing frame and is placed on the screen only in the calibration phase. This helps reduce time-consuming configuration processes.
Optimum reproduction can only be achieved with a well calibrated monitor. A calibration through the software is very laborious and requires a deep knowledge of color management. The CG277 monitor has supplied the ColorNavigator 6 calibration software. In a short time even for the novice user you can calibrate your monitor. Advanced users have the possibility to individually adjust the brightness, gamma and white point values and define additional target parameters. And since the calibration is performed by the monitor hardware there is no loss of quality. The CG277 monitor adapts with great flexibility in existing systems.
Uniform tonal value across the screen
Pixel by pixel, the Digital Uniform Equalizer (DUE) function manages the tonal values of the screen through the display area. The chromaticity is the same at each point of the screen surface, without presenting oscillations. The two function also compensates for variations or irregularities caused by changes in the temperature and brightness of the environment. In this way, the monitor ensures a uniform and homogeneous light density and maximum chromatic purity. An aspect that is particularly important in photo editing.
10-bit depths: a billion colors with fine gradations
The 10-bit color reproduction makes use of the 16-bit color table and sees a rich color spectrum, much higher compared to an 8-bit monitor. Gradations are more precise and more refined transitions. Important for post-production: the extended gray scale is capable of representing a greater number of gray tones from 6 to 14%.
Stable brightness and no color differences
One of essential importance in the graphics features is constant brightness and stable color temperature. Patented electronics compensates for irregularities in brightness that may arise due to an environment too high temperature An integrated thermometer detects that fluctuations are automatically compensated and reduced. The color representation remains constant throughout the period of use and immediately after power - the monitor takes only seven minutes to stabilize its performance.
True black: for images of great plasticity
Black LCD monitors sometimes appear dim or too light. TrueBlack technology optimizes the contrast ratio and makes the deepest and deepest dark tones.
One monitor, the many connections
Simpler than you can't: most devices such as PC, laptop or a digital camera can be connected directly to the monitor that offers many different inputs and therefore makes it more convenient for content management
Work without flickering
The monitor is free of fluctuation effects, regardless of the adjusted brightness parameters. This is made possible by the hybrid backlight technology conceived by EIZO. This new technology is combined with electronic management to the DC current in the pulse width modulation PWM (Plus width modulation) (direct current). To safeguard the health of the eyes and work comfortably.
For video and film production: HDMI
Widely used for film and television production digitization frames at 24 fps (frames per second). Although most monitors use a 60 fps scan that could probably make unnatural images, the EIZO monitors now support 24fps movie material scanning, which makes it easier to verify the final effect on the viewer.
Video editing of the monitor is capable of displaying the most common frequencies and resolutions: HDMI signals are compatible with frequencies 60, 50, 30, 25 and 24 Hz, the screen also has an I / P conversion.
Ultra-fast switching between color modes
At the press of a button you can easily choose and quickly switch between the predefined modes stored on the monitor, such as Adobe RGB, sRGB and paper mode. There is also ready mode to be used to save custom settings. Switching between modes is done without any slowdown.
Quick control - even in dark environments
The monitor guide is simple and clear: integrated and effective menus and controls. During the use of the menu for the configuration will appear above the descriptive labels on-screen buttons to find the right button. The backlit buttons on the front of the box are very useful in low light studios.
Certificate for Color tests
Fogra has assigned the “Fogra Cert Softproof” certification to the CG2420 model for its performance on the screen and the homogeneity of the screen as part of the test systems in accordance with the ISO / CD 12646 reference standards for chromaticity and luminance. Trusting a maximum consistency of a certified monitor.
Ergonomic and stable: the adjustable stand
Tilt, swivel and height adjustable. The CG2420 monitor has a flexible and practical pedestal that allows great freedom of positioning. The rotation function allows you to rotate the screen 90 degrees, that is, in the “landscape” mode to perfectly adapt to your needs and always maintain a comfortable and ergonomic position.
The IPS panel is equipped with an anti-reflective surface. Glare and unwanted reflections that can strain your eyes greatly are minimized effectively. In addition, the screen offers a wide viewing angle, very useful when more people examine the images at once.
Correct color reproduction - factory setting
The brightness of the LCD panels can vary from one module to another in relation to the input signal and the addition of the colors red, green and blue and can only be measured by special measuring devices. Precisely for this reason the tonal characteristics of CG277 monitors are carefully calibrated during production. The color and tone curve values are set at 343 reference points to obtain a completely accurate representation of gray levels and a stable color temperature.
Accurate and fast - hardware calibration
The supplied ColorNavigator software interacts directly with the color chart on the monitor. The user just has to adjust the color temperature, brightness, black level and tone curve to suit his needs. The calibration is then quickly and fully automatically, based on factory preset parameters ad hoc, and offering a unique color accuracy.