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Re: Desktop Monitor for Web Color Grading

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Juan SalvoRe: Desktop Monitor for Web Color Grading
by on Apr 24, 2012 at 4:27:39 am

Plasma. Vt25/vt30 if you can find it used. Or a vt50. Though for that price you could get a professional monitor for just a little more.

You could try to find it used.

At home I have a 50pz800u which is several years old, and I just checked it, it was nearly perfect 709.

Made me happy to see that.

On the issue of desktop calibration. I have zero faith in them, I've never seen a desktop image close enough to a calibrated monitor for me to trust it. Like I said, if you grade on a desktop, you're just grading for that desktop.

You'd probably get a broader set of opinions in the LITE forum, as it is geared more towards non-standard installations.

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