Effective color management requires monitors with accurate color reproduction and gradation characteristics. With ColorEdge monitors you get factory-adjusted gamma, extensive hardware calibration capabilities and an exceptionally wide colour gamut. Their outstanding performance and reliability make them ideal for a wide range of professional environments where color reproduction is critical, including photography, graphics, printing and publishing. Below we focus on the popular CG243W 24.1" model.
ColorEdge GC243W 24.1" LCD Display
With the CG243W, you'll get outstanding color for just about any imaging task such as pre-press, digital photography, video editing, and post production. Features include a wide color gamut, IPS panel, and a DisplayPort input.
Hardware Calibration for Better Colour
ColorEdge monitors offer hardware calibration which means color settings are adjusted inside the monitor so there is no displayable loss of tonalities. This produces more predictable results and ensures color display is much more uniform between ColorEdge units.
Simple and Precise Calibration with ColorNavigator
The bundled ColorNavigator software makes calibration both simple and quick. Just input target values for brightness, white point, and gamma. ColorNavigator works with a wide range of measurement devides to directly utilitize the monitor's look-up table and create an ICC profile within minutes.
Wide Color Gamut
The monitor reproduces 97% of the Adobe RGB color space so it can display most colors in a digital photo taken in Adobe RGB mode. Furthermore, it also has an sRGB mode to accurately reproduce colors in this narrower but commonly used color space, such as those seen on web pages or digital photos taken in sRGB mode.
Instant Brightness Stabilization
An EIZO-patented drift correction sensor quickly stabilizes the brightness level after startup or coming out of power saving mode. Furthermore, the monitor detects and compensates for brightness changes caused by surrounding temperatures and the passage of time.
Brightness and Color Uniformity with DUE
Fluctuations in brightness and chroma on different parts of the screen is a common trait of LCD monitors. To counteract EIZO a digital uniformity equalizer (DUE). DUE utilizes the monitor's 12-bit look-up table (LUT) with an extensive palette of 4,081 grayscale tones for each R, G, and B, and internal calculation accuracy of 16-bits. This ensures a Delta-E difference of 3 or less across the screen when the monitor leaves the factory.
6-Bit Internal Processing
With most LCD monitors, the black level is usually too bright which leads to banding and washing out of dark grays. 16-bit internal processing allows the monitor to reproduce a high level of detail in dark areas.
- 1920 x 1200 native resolution
- 850:1 contrast ratio
- 270 cd/m2 brightness
- DVI-I and DisplayPort inputs
- Monitor hood included
Other models in the ColorEdge range
The ColorEdge CG303W delivers stunning detail from corner to corner across its 30" screen. Features include an IPS panel, wide color gamut, and hardware calibration.
See the big picture with this versatile 30" monitor perfect for both still and moving image work including prepress, digital photography, and post production.
The CG245W comes with an industry-first built-in calibration sensor so you can schedule the monitor to self-calibrate at your convenience.
This monitor is ideal for prepress, digital photography, video editing, and post production. Features include a wide color gamut, 3D look-up table, and a DisplayPort input.
With 12-bit hardware calibration and a 6 ms response time, the ColorEdge CG241W is ideal for pre-press, digital photography, video editing, and post production.
The ColorEdge CG232W is the first LCD monitor for post production and broadcasting that can be used for both reference and editing work.
The flagship model of the ColorEdge series. The CG221 reproduces the Adobe RGB color space and offers 12-bit hardware calibration and uniform brightness from corner to corner.
The CG223W is ideal for pre-press, digital photography, and broadcasting. Features include a wide color gamut and hardware calibration.
This is a wide gamut monitor designed for high-end, still image graphics work such as pre-press and digital photography. It features 12-bit hardware calibration and a brightness uniformity equalizer.
The ideal monitor for anyone seeking a traditional 4:3 aspect ratio (1600 x 1200) for still image work such as pre-press and digital photography.
Targeted at professionals in graphic arts and pre-press seeking superb color rendering in the 19" class (1280 x 1024 native resolution).