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I saw a dutch review that says it can display 92% of sRGB and 74% of adobe RGB. Color and luminance uniformity was described as adequate. Not totally even, but pretty good.Any reviews out there on the functionality of the Sharp 4K monitor for digital photography post-processing?
I would skip this and hold out for Eizo or NEC.I saw a dutch review that says it can display 92% of sRGB and 74% of adobe RGB. Color and luminance uniformity was described as adequate. Not totally even, but pretty good.
On the whole it doesn't sound too good if I'm honest. The increase in resolution is definetely nice, but for serious color work I'd hold out until more players adopt this technology.
Oh, and regarding external TB RAIDs, the Promise Pegasus 2 R8 advertises 1450 Mb/s (at least on Apple's site). IDK if that's read or write though. It's also an extra $4600. Hopefully more TB 2 peripherals pop up soon.
24" is a little on the small side for such high resolution ,for me at least I would want 32"... it makes it easier to judge focus and high frequency details..
300ppi is 7000x3000 and even 240ppi is around 5700x3200 (for a 27" monitor), this is the same is if your video card were running at least six 1920x1080 monitors at the same time. Anything requiring hardware acceleration would likely be running like a slideshow unless you had a computer with multiple video cards.Since we print at 300dpi or 240dpi wouldn't it be great to have a monitor that offered this pixel density? The Dell offers 185ppi so that's not bad.