new UHD monitor

Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by Bob in WI, Nov 11, 2018.

  1. Bob in WI

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    so, I take some images & once and a while there's one thats close to pretty nice so I dabble some with Photoshop to clean up the close ones. I discovered that my inkjet prints at a finer resolution than I can see on screen. After years of debating & wondering, I ordered a Benq 3200U & a graphics card that supports 3840 X 2160 resolution. I am blown away. Some of the photos I thought were better are actually mediocre & shots I thought were crummy show the details that led me to take them in the first place. I'm pretty impressed & need to go back thru all the images again. Wow. This is likely old news to most of you but to me its a game changer.
     
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  2. mhedges

    mhedges Super Member

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    Cool glad you like it.

    How big is it?
     
  3. Kim G

    Kim G Super Member

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    I really enjoy my 24" 4k, it makes having large files enjoyable to look at and pixel peep.
     
  4. Bob in WI

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    Benq 3200U is a 32" monitor. A 4K 24" must be razor sharp. Nice.
     
  5. Kim G

    Kim G Super Member

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    I went with a 24" NEC MultiSync EA244UHD over a 32" because I didn't want to take up that much space, though at times I wish I had. I'm sure your 32" 4K is plenty sharp also. Enjoy your new eye candy.
     
  6. Bob in WI

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    Thanks. If I had it to do again, I would have gotten a 27". 32 is a bit over the top.
    The high resolution monitors are pretty cool regardless.
     

     

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