The BenQ SW320 is a 4K 31.5inch wide-gamut colour monitor offering 99% AdobeRGB colour, 100% sRGB, 4K UHD resolution (3840×2160), plus support for High Dynamic Range (HDR 10 content), and 10bit colour. There’s a darkroom and a black and white photo mode, and the monitor includes a shading hood as well as a controller, all for around £1250/$1875.
Brightness uniformity function (can be switched on/off in menus) and makes the screen brightness more uniform across the screen (without any bright spots or areas). Hardware calibration with palette master element software.
The monitor uses an IPS panel, with viewing angles of 178/178 degrees. The monitor can display 1.07 billion colours, and maximum brightness is 350cm/m2 with a contrast ratio of 1000:1. Video inputs include HDMI, DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort, which supports continuous 10bit colour reproduction for smoother tones. Response time is 5ms grey-to-grey, which should be good for video (and gaming), as response times below 8ms are generally considered good by today’s standards. The monitor also features a built in USB3 hub, and SD card reader.
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