Display technology has improved by leaps and bounds over the years and we see real breakthrough in the underlying technology every few years. Still, no matter how appealing or pleasing the new displays appear to normal consumers, it is hard to please photographers and designers who work with exacting standards in colour. Few companies can match the high expectations of photographers and designers, but BenQ has always kept themselves ahead of most competitors with their professional photography and design monitors.
The SW320 is a 32-inch (31.5 inches to be precise), 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution monitor designed for photographers and designers. The device uses an IPS panel and reproduces 99% Adobe RGB colour space, which represents the most widely-used gamut for photo editing. BenQ monitors have been designed with a colour expert onboard and the company works with international bodies such as ICC and ISO to establish standards in colour. The SW320 displays realistic colours and the 10-bit panel produces over one billion colours for smooth and natural gradations. A 14-bit 3D look up table (LUT) improves RGB colour reproduction. BenQ ensures a Delta E≤2 in both Adobe RGB and sRGB colour spaces, thus ensuring consistency in colour reproduction.
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