Choosing a LCD monitor on basis of contrast and response time

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I want to buy a good LCD monitor as i do graphics work and photography.

What will be the best configuration for me to buy an LCD monitor on a basis of contrast and response time?

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Choosing a LCD monitor on basis of contrast and response time

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Hello Mario.

Since you mentioned you are into graphics and photography, then it makes sense to get the monitor that employs the best technology for reproducing colors.

Since we are on the topic of LCDs, there are currently 4 technologies being employed in the type of panels used but only 2 are common:

1. TN or Twisted Nematic is the most common type of LCD panel.  It is the cheapest with good response times that make it popular for gaming use.  However, its display quality is also the poorest being unable to display the entire gamut of color

2. IPS or In-plane Switching has the best display quality, can display the widest range of colors and current models have good response times.  It is, however, the most expensive panel-type.  To get an idea of how good IPS panels are, check out Apple's monitors including the iPad.

Here is a good resource to help you select the particular brand of monitor that you might want to buy

 

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Choosing a LCD monitor on basis of contrast and response time

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I am a part-time graphics editor, and at best I would like to let you know that the view of color is always better in case of CRT & LED than LCD. If you need a flat and lighter monitor, go for LED.

Else you choose CRT for a great visualization of colors. Choose a monitor with high refresh rate. Make sure that the monitor you are purchasing shall be well detected by your system.

A 15 to 17 inch monitor displays graphics very well. The LCD screen may be able to display only some colors due to quantizations of images. The maximum color depth is also quantized. The best is a CRT for such work.

Let me give an example, Till today, lovers of photography of the nature, use film based cameras instead of digital cameras.

All colors are not available in the digital camera. High resolution digital camera also lacks some colors.

But the film can capture all colors available in nature.

Thanks.

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Choosing a LCD monitor on basis of contrast and response time

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Hello Mario Yulia, as you mentioned photography and graphics is your main concern then you should look at these aspects in the LCD monitor.

  1. Minimum or at least 8-bit colors
  2. Preferably IPS(In-Plane Switching) for best color accuracy and reproduction of images quality
  3. Monitor size which can display 1920×1200 resolution and above mainly 21”/24”
  4. Widescreen display instead of square (most DSLR cameras are capable of producing widescreen images)
  5. Fairly good response time
  6. Wide angles viewing
  7. Extended color gamut and good black depth
  8. Minimum of 1 HDMI/DVI (digital) connector and USB ports

I found some monitors for your interest: if you have handsome amount of money you should go for 24″ Eizo monitorColorEdge CG243W 24.1 more or less USD $2,249.00 and another choice would be dell ultrasharp u2711 for  AU$1,199.00

Hope this helps you in buying your best LCD monitor. Thank you

Emon Asejo

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Choosing a LCD monitor on basis of contrast and response time

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Thank you Sollis Parallag, Kanhai Else, and Emon Asejo for your answers.

You have given me the faintest idea of what to look and ask for in buying the best LCD suitable for my needs.

I noted everything you said.

Thank you techyv!

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