[10:15 Wed,11.May 2022 by Thomas Richter]
Specifically for photo and video editing, Viewsonic has introduced the new VP2776 ColorPro, a 27" QHD monitor that not only has built-in color calibration, but also other handy features for professionals such as a foldable light-shielding hood and the multifunctional ColorPro Wheel. In addition, its Nano-IPS panel, which has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and a color depth of 8 bits plus FRC, covers 95% of the professional DCI-P3 color space as well as 87% of Adobe RGB and 100% of sRGB.
HDR can be displayed by the factory pre-calibrated Viewsonic VP2776 ColorPro according to the DisplayHDR 400 specification with brightness up to 400 nits (which is probably not enough for a really good HDR display - see also our article When can a monitor display true HDR? Be careful with the DisplayHDR standard). The refresh rate of 165 Hz is quite high for a monitor not aimed at gamers and can be variably adjusted via adaptive sync.
ColorPro Wheel with multi-functionality.
The multifunctional ColorPro Wheel is a special feature of the Viewsonic VP2776. It serves as a rotary control both for intuitive setting of parameters in various Adobe applications and Capture OnePro, as well as for easy operation of the on-screen menu and as a colorimeter for color calibration. This is done using the supplied calibration software.
Interfaces and KVM Switch.
The Viewsonic VP2776&s interfaces include two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4, as well as two USB-C and one Micro USB port, and a USB hub with three down ports. Per KVM functionality, the VP2776 can be used with just one mouse and keyboard on two computers via its USB ports.
Another special feature is the integrated Backstage Light on the back, which provides soft illumination of the work table in darkroom conditions using a choice of white, warm white and yellow light.
The VP2776 ColorPro is prepared to work with Macs, according to Viewsonic, because it uses the same color space as Apple&s Retina Display with 95% DCI-P3. Viewsonic also guarantees that the ICC profiles for identical colors on the monitor automatically match via ICC Bridge. MacBooks connected via USB-C can be supplied with up to 90 W of power.
The ViewSonic ColorPro VP2776 is available now at a price of 919 euros, but online it is priced at from around 1,000 euros. Included is a magnetic anti-glare cover to avoid annoying light reflections.
more infos at bei www.viewsonic.com
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