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Budget 27" Monitor for Video Editing?

Hellou! 

So I'm looking for a good but non-expensive (funny, huh? XD) 27" monitor for photo and video editing.

User used to have an Asus PB278Q in the past.

 

Thanks in advance! ❤️

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1 minute ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

what is your budget?

Well, we still gotta consider that. My old ASUS monitor is listed for 220€ nowadays on Amazon, so tight budget would be appreciated. Something between that and maybe 400 or 500 ? It all depends if the extra money is propertly justified 😃

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isn't Adobe RGB % very important for this usage? The LG is under 80% which is even lower than my old Asus 

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Just now, AntiSpiral said:

isn't Adobe RGB % very important for this usage? The LG is under 80% which is even lower than my old Asus 

is it to you?

and also list some requirements that you have.

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3 minutes ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

is it to you?

and also list some requirements that you have.

I've no idea, that's why I'm asking 😛

Could you specify about what you mean with requirements? 

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7 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

I've no idea, that's why I'm asking 😛

Could you specify about what you mean with requirements? 

Adobe rgb needs that person which wants extremely accurate colors (and its up to you if you need that much accuracy and spent more if its 4k)

by requirements i mean the resolution 

the frequency of monitor eg 60hz or 144hz or 75 hz or 240 hz

and other precise things like the rgb you mentioned(if any)

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2 minutes ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

Adobe rgb needs that person which wants extremely accurate colors (and its up to you if you need that much accuracy and spent more if its 4k)

by requirements i mean the resolution 

the frequency of monitor eg 60hz or 144hz or 75 hz or 240 hz

and other precise things like the rgb you mentioned(if any)

Answering all of that, the usage is for a guy that works part time as a photo and video maker. So accurate colours I assume is important. Frequency won't matter on this scenario or neither refresh rate, as far as I know 

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1 minute ago, AntiSpiral said:

Answering all of that, the usage is for a guy that works part time as a photo and video maker. So accurate colours I assume is important. Frequency won't matter on this scenario or neither refresh rate, as far as I know 

and what about resolution?

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1 minute ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

and what about resolution?

The old Asus was 2K so minimum that. Probably for the usage 4K would be appreciated. 

Monitor size I think 27" is the sweet spot. Jumping into a 32" would increase a lot the budget that is already tight 

 

PD: I mentioned the Asus but right now the editor is using a iMac with a retina display, which I heard is fucking awesome. 

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1 minute ago, AntiSpiral said:PD: I mentioned the Asus but right now the editor is using a iMac with a retina display, which I heard is fucking awesome. 

then go for it.

if you have money or i will give you a better option

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Just now, AntiSpiral said:

Is this one better than the Asus PB278QV ? I just realized the QV version has lowered A-RGB, down to 72% vs 76% that has the LG

 

this one has 98% rgb color calibration

6 minutes ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:
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1 minute ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

 

this one has 98% rgb color calibration

I meant the Adobe RGB, not the SRGB

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25 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

I meant the Adobe RGB, not the SRGB

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VJLS3VR/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=bestforphotog-20&th=1 (you have to spent 100$ more but its Adobe RGB 96%)

 

or

 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F733RYH/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=bestforphotog-20&th=1 (it says 99% Adobe RGB)[don't know if its true or not)

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