Nicolas Hanson

Budget Grading Monitors

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We need to upgrade from old Sony PVM OLED monitors. What is the best budget monitors available today? Our budget limit is 8000USD each monitor and we don't want super small ones.

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Thanks for asking, I was about to do the same but with a lot lower budget :)

if anyone can answer Nicolas question and maybe throw in a lower budget option as well, would be fantastic!

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I suppose it depends on what your needs are. I'm assuming at that budget range non-4K non-HDR?

The Flanders DM250 is great, and hits right at $8000. 24.5 inches, OLED. Their customer support is also fantastic.  I work on an older CM320 from them and love it.

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I also think that going with Flanders is a good idea with these specs. 

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I was also looking at the Tvlogic Lem 205 A

http://www.tvlogic.tv/Monitors/M_Spec.asp?sidx=52

In the last few months I worked quite a while with both FSI DM250 and the Tvlogic

And the Tvlogic it's definitely not bad at all. The price range it's similar if not a little cheaper then the FSI DM250

 

As a personal monitor for my home color room and freelance jobs I was thinking to get the FSI DM240, it's led and not oled.

Does anyone have any experience with it, would you suggest it?

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Konvision released this exciting monitor today that support DCI-P3 color space. Could that be an option?

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Yes that could.

I have seen one of those shortly.

If calibrated properly it should hold up well.
Seems like more economical option to fsi.

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On 6/9/2017 at 10:58 PM, Thomas Singh said:

Konvision released this exciting monitor today that support DCI-P3 color space. Could that be an option?

At 17 inches, it's a little small for my taste.

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Hi guys,

Is there any solution for monitor calibration when you are living in a country where there are no calibration professional? An automatic calibration solution?

(with there own spectrometer and such)

I was thinking about the Eizo CG279 X with the integrated calibration tool. My budget is $4000-$5000.

 

Thank you. ^^

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