One that slipped through the nets was that BenQ dropped the SW2401PT 14-bit 3D LUT monitor…

BenQ SW2401PT

BenQ announced the world wide launch of its latest monitor creation: the SW2401PT. Feature-packed with a 24” QHD (2560×1440) display, 99% Adobe RGB color space, IPS technology, Hardware Calibration, 14-bit 3D LUT, Delta E<2, Palette Master calibration software, OSD controller and Black-and-White Mode, this professional photography monitor is built to faithfully and effortlessly reproduce and display the creative vision of photographers and help them transform the visual story they aim to create. With high color accuracy, detail precision and user-friendliness, the SW2401PT is certainly a picture-perfect companion for any photographic journey. Designed to achieve visual perfection for professional photo editing, the SW2401PT is the first photography monitor in the market that brings together a selection of high-end features for highly reliable color accuracy, fidelity and consistency and seamless compatibility with DSLR cameras. The Adobe RGB color space enables the SW2401PT to display a greater range of color reproduction for shades of blue and green. So a more realistic color representation for outdoors and nature photography can be displayed. Hardware Calibration allows users to adjust the image-processing chip in the SW2401PT without changing the graphics card output data, ensuring that every photo is smoothly and consistently displayed just as it was taken.There are also two preset modes available for users to create their personalized calibration settings. The 14-bit 3D Look Up Table (LUT) improvesRGB color blending accuracy for impeccable color reproduction, while Delta E<2 in both Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces offers the truest view of the original image. The SW2401PT also comes with BenQ’s proprietary Palette Master calibration software, which can be used with a calibrator to optimize the color performance of the display. With the SW2401PT, no detail can escape discerning eyes. Every photographic image can be viewed with stunning clarity, definition and realness on the QHD (2560x1440) display. With four times the pixel resolution of Full HD and nearly 77% more working space of a standard Full HD display, users can see more of the image they are editing and with the most detailed viewing quality. The photography monitor is also thoughtfully designed to give you the highest convenience for photo viewing and editing. The OSD controller puts remote control of the display setting in the users’ hand, allowing them to customize display settings for various applications, such as photo editing, entertainment or web surfing, using the three preset buttons. Users can simply switch between the presets by clicking the preset buttons instead of going through complicated settings. The scroll button on the OSD controller further offers quick OSD navigation and setting functionality. Last but not least, the Black-and-White Mode allows users to review and edit black-and-white photos without losing any detail or the tone they aim to achieve. By previewing color photos in black and white before editing the actual effect, users can save a lot of time on guesswork or trial-and-error. For more: BenQ.

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