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What is the best large monitor to purchase for photography editing?

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The best? That's easy to answer: Eizo CG/CS, or NEC PA/Spectraview. You get what you pay for.

 

27 inch at 2560 x 1440 is pretty much ideal. 4K is no advantage for photography, more sensible for graphic design and text.

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wrong forums, friend.

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If I wanna say from experience you can have a try  Dell UltraSharp U2419H. I think this is one of the outermost user-friendly photo editing monitors with high resolution (1920 x 1080).  By this monitor, you can get such like of images.
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