Eizo ColorEdge CG Monitors
Effective colour management requires monitors with accurate color reproduction and gradation characteristics.
With the ColorEdge CG range of monitors you get high-end professional display with advanced features perfect for the most demanding professional environments where colour reproduction is critical, including photography, graphics, printing and publishing. Features like an in-built calibrator and shade-hood come standard, and all ColorEdge CG monitors have factory-adjusted gamma, and an exceptionally wide colour gamut.
ColorEdge CG279X 27″ LCD Display
With the CG279X, you get leading colour with 99% AdobeRGB coverage, and with a built-in calibrator makes it perfect for busy work environments like photography or retouching studios, pre-press, and video-editing suites. Features include a wide colour gamut, IPS panel, USB-C input, support for HDR video content, safe-area markers for video editing.
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 99% 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.
- 2560 x 1440 native resolution
- 1300:1 contrast ratio
- 350 cd/m2 brightness
- USB-C, DVI-D and DisplayPort inputs
- Monitor hood included
Other models in the ColorEdge CG range
The enormous workspace provided by this 4K 31″ monitor will be appreciated by video editing professionals who need to survey large media libraries and timelines while previewing high resolution renders at the same time. It feats nearly identical features as the CG279X with a native resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels.
If you are after a 24″ monitor for a colour accurate workspace or set-cart then this monitor has all the great highlights of the CG279X in a smaller package.
ColorEdge CS Monitors
For the serious enthusiast or emerging photographers the CS range of ColorEdge monitors from Eizo offer a great range of features with solid and reliable panels. The CS monitors feature hardware calibration, but they do not have an in-built calibrator, and have the option to add a hood.
with 16-bit colour look-up-table and support for hardware calibration this affordable 24″ monitor is perfect for second monitors on-set or on location.
Like its smaller cousin the CS2740 features wide-colour, 16-bit LUTs, and highly uniform IPS panels.