This EIZO ColorEdge CG247X is a lighter, brighter and crisper version of the CG247. It’s a 24.1-inch professional-level Colour Management Monitor specifically designed for video and photographic post-production work.
Accurate colouring is ensured by the wide colour gamut, 3D LUT (look-up table) and internal calibration sensor while, for digital cinema, a remarkable 93% of the DCI-P3 is reproduced. With the press of a button, you can switch between the useful preset colour modes: EBU, Rec. 709, SMPTE-C, DCI, sRGB and Adobe RGB. Colour is kept pure and luminance balanced, even in temperatures that usually impact them.
This CG247X achieves a true black display, with consistent brightness and a high contrast ratio of 1500:1 – blacks don’t appear washed-out in the dark. Monitor control buttons are backlit and indicated on-screen, further simplifying work in the dark.
Self-calibration can be scheduled and will activate whether or not the monitor is on or connected to a computer. Its ColorNavigator software and implemented IPS technology ensure this CG247X displays accurate, glare-free colour. Intense glare is shielded away with the included, magnetically detachable hood.
This ColorEdge CG247X monitor can match the calibration of an external calibrator – useful for standardizing colour across several monitors. Through ColorNavigator 6, this CG247X can even match the display colour of several digital devices, for accurate, multi-platform, content preview. This monitor even features a safe area marker that can show the display size of each device. With ColorNavigator NX and ColorNavigator Network many ColorEdge monitors, in different locations, can be linked. The calibration of all these linked monitors can then be controlled and locked by an administrator for uniform calibration across several displays.
The FlexStand base give this monitor a versatile range of movement, including 128mm vertical shift, 30-degree tilt, 90-degree rotation (to portrait mode) and 344-degree swivel. This guarantees viewing comfort in any working environment.
The HDMI input can convert an interlaced signal into a progressive signal for flicker-free display and allows 1080/24p video playback for work with 24 FPS film. With a 10-bit supporting graphics card and software, the DisplayPort input permits 10-bit colour display, which, from the 16-bit LUT, displays more than one billion colours simultaneously. That’s 64 times the colours used for an 8-bit display, contributing to a smoother gradation of colour. The two USB upstream inputs allow effortless switching between two connected computers.