HP in 2475 as a cut monitor up to 600 Eur - Can he 50Hz?
Frage von tehaix: Januar 2011
as at the beginning of each year, I want to finally enjoy a new monitor. So far the project has always failed, this time I'm confident. Or naive.
I am looking for:
A second video editing monitor (Normalo-Tn-panel monitor is currently the only one) - with whom I once synonymous can perform a color correction, the s.eben this monitor not only looks good. And no, I'm not good enough to read the numbers can s.den;), so if possible, may represent relatively colorfast. And as for DV editing just the way it is, he should dominate in doubt synonymous 48-60 Hz, with the 50 Hz are still s.wichtigsten.
Edius editing system is 6, operated in Windows 7 Normal graphics card (ATI 5750 or something?), Breakout box is not available. Can of course at some point must come home synonymous still leaves the budget, but unfortunately not present.
I had now picked out the HP 2475 - on the data sheet it looks good, and above all, he is to be had for under 600 ¬. Can someone tell me how it looks with the frame rate? AND he accepts he is correct from 50 Hz? Or is he just eats, and then spit it 60?
The upper frame is unfortunately price at 600 ¬. It must be less than 24 inches, but it should represent FullHD already can. If someone has a good alternative at hand: like, just bring it.
I appreciate any help!
Thank you very much. Best wishes!
Antwort von soan:
the absolute reference is supposed to be the Eizo Foris FX 2431 - the swallows everything. But I think he could fit only used in your price range.
The little brother to be synonymous quite good (Foris FS 2331), he has only a standard panel installed.
For HP, I can not say anything.
Antwort von hdvfreak:
Hello TEHAiX, I once synonymous the planned 2475, but then I have - actually, just because of the 60 black lines above and below - for purchasing the HP 2309m with 1080 lines. I have it connected behind synonymous s.eine Edius HD-Storm over HDMI as a preview monitor, next to my other "normal" working monitors. He has 48 Hz as the lowest refresh s.and are synonymous, the 24 Hz from my camera (but in "p") again without complaint. Perhaps because of the integer multiples (?). But HP seems synonymous with the deinterlacer does not seem to have saved! Unfortunately it is mirrored. The HP 2159m, however, is dull, is given with 50 Hz. Ruf 'mal data sheets from HP on. I could "buy" the monitor times ... .. in our market for 3 days and did it - after many previous inconclusive "test purchases" - not brought back. On the shiny - but this, of course enormously brilliant - Display I've become accustomed. Wish you every success in further research. Try always - because the 50 Hz "PC monitors are indeed no video monitors - I've repeatedly of the" support can listen "to my question about the 50 Hz! Berndt