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EIZO ColorEdge CG277 / 27" / 16:9 Fotografen- und Grafikermonitor - – wir haben auch einen EIZO CG bei uns ausgestellt!

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Delivery Time: In stock, ready to ship or pickup - we have also exhibited a CG in our shop!

Regular Price: €2,290.00

Special Price: €1,679.00

Incl. 20% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost

Quick Overview

Wherever the smallest color nuances and exact color reproduction are required, the CG277 impresses with the highest image quality and unique accuracy. That's why the 27 inch ColorEdge monitor is designed especially for professionals in prepress and image editing.

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The 27" CG277 monitor is impressive when it comes to the smallest color nuances and exact color tone rendering with maximum image quality and accuracy. With 3D LUT and automatic self-calibration.

  • 27" / 68.6cm Wide Gamut LCD with 2560 x 1440 pixels (WQHD) for the finest details
  • 99% AdobeRGB, 100% Rec.709 and 93% DCI color space coverage through IPS technology
  • Wide gamut LCD with LED technology, contrast 1.000:1, brightness 300cd/sq m
  • color-stable viewing angle: 178°/178°
  • Color accuracy with 16-bit look-up table and up to 10-bit color reproduction
  • 3D-LUT-Film Emulation (10-Bit Log)
  • Safe Area Marker, I/P conversion, signal range expansion and noise reduction in HDMI mode
  • Built-In measuring device for fully automatic self-calibration
  • Exact hardware calibration of brightness, white point and gamma
  • Digital Uniformity Equalizer for perfect luminance distribution and color purity
  • Temperature-controlled correction of color drift and brightness
  • Display port, DVI-D and HDMI inputs
  •  incl. DVI-DL cable (2m) / miniDisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (2m) / USB 2.0 cable (2m)
  • Calibration software ColorNavigator and monitor hood included
  • 5-year guarantee including on-site exchange service

Detailed description

Excellent image quality for sharp images

The monitor has the maximum resolution (2560 x 1440 Pixel), an excellent contrast ratio of 1000:1, and brightness of 300 cd/m2. This means that you can edit graphics and images to the smallest pixel, for example. And what's more: the text contours are clear and precise. The LCD module with IPS (Wide Gamut) panel provides 178 viewing angle, meaning that the user will see colors and contrasts as stable.

Precise color rendering thanks to high-resolution 3D look-up table

The 3D LUT provides for the most precise tone value allocation possible and extremely exact color tone rendering, which is shown amongst other things in the gray scale. Brightness levels in relation to the image signal vary from module to module in LCDs and the color mixture (addition) of red, green, and blue also varies. This can be exactly determined and controlled only with the aid of specific measuring devices. EIZO therefore configures all of its monitors in the CG series and its colors and tone value curve in the factory. This results in a consistent color temperature over the entire gray scale. The result: The color reproduction is equal, precise, and reliable across each individual CG277 monitor.

Wide gamut – ideal for RAW images and prints

Those working with RAW or Adobe RGB images should look no further than our wide gamut monitor: the wide color space reproduces 99% of the Adobe RGB color spaces. If pictures taken in RAW format are converted to Adobe RGB, the monitor will display them absolutely correctly. For example, you can see a shining blue sky or lush green forests that are true to nature – unlike monitors with sRGB color space. The EIZO monitor also offers great benefits when printing: It covers almost the entire CMYK color space (for example ISO Coated and U.S. Web Coated). You can already see on the screen how your subsequent print result will look, saving yourself proofs.

Built-In sensor for self-calibration

You can achieve maximum color accuracy thanks to the integrated sensor. This is perfectly tailored to the monitor, takes into account environmental influences like light, and correlates the middle and edge of the image. That is how you achieve even results over the entire monitor. The sensor is located in the housing frame and only comes out when taking measurements. This renders a separate calibration device redundant and your calibration effort is greatly reduced.

Professional calibration

Good image editing can only take place with a well-calibrated monitor. The standard software calibration takes a long time and requires the user to have technical expertise. The CG277 is delivered with the ColorNavigator 6 hardware calibration software. It can be even be performed by users with no technical expertise in just a few steps. Advanced users can enter numbers for brightness, gamma, white point, and other calibration settings as target values. As the calibration uses the monitor's hardware, it takes place without losses and independently of the computer and graphics card. The CG277 integrates perfectly into an existing system.

True Black: Color depth for plastic images

Dark tones often appear faint or washed-out on LCD screens. True Black improves the contrast ratio and dark tones appear deeper – particularly when looking at the monitor from the side.

Ideal for video and film production: HDMI

Films are normally recorded at 24 fps. They therefore appear unnatural with the conventional monitor rendering of 60 fps. The monitor supports an image frequency of 24 fps. This means that you can view and edit your film material as it was taken. 

The HDMI signals support refresh rates of 60, 50, 30, 25, and 24 Hz. the monitor also supports I/P conversion.

Ergonomic and stable: the adjustable base

The CG277 has a flexible base to adjust the height, tilt, and rotation and supports both portrait and landscape use. The monitor can be tailored to the user's needs. For example, he can set a sitting position that is ergonomic for him (e.g. lowered to the bottom) or a position to show clients and colleagues something on the screen.

Lightning-fast color mode changes

You can access color modes from the monitor’s memory at the click of a button. Standards such as sRGB, Rec709, EBU, SMPTE-C, and DCI are preconfigured at the factory. There are also settings that you can calibrate yourself. Switching between modes takes mere seconds, and does not involve any delays caused by renewed calibration.

 

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