Displays

Displays for professional photographers

3rd September 2018
MMD
Alex Lynn

In a world flooded with images, they still all manage to be worth a thousand words, but what good are the best photographic knowhow, expensive camera equipment and sophisticated image editing software if the carefully taken shot is viewed on a small display that is unable to show colours and details properly? 

Whether for pros or ambitious hobby photographers, Philips offers a whole range of powerful, smart displays, equipped with the latest technologies, for various demands. Thanks to excellent picture quality and intelligent features they make the most of the photographer’s abilities and the camera’s performance.

An example is the elegant, curved Philips 328E9F, which provides a true immersion into the world of images. Quad HD resolution combined with ultra-wide NTSC and sRGB gamut of 102% and 122.6% respectively ensure life-like, crystal clear images. With its three-side frameless 9.94 design it practically lends itself for multi-display or tiling setups.

When it comes to high-performance visuals, the Philips 4K 272P7 and 328P6VJEB/00 have everything today’s photographers need for precise, accurate and colour-critical work. Both monitors feature Ultra Clear 4K resolution, allowing users to see the big picture and all the details. The 272P7 relies on a high-performance 27” panel to deliver brilliant colours, precise detail, and enhanced clarity, while the 328P6VJEB/00 is a 32” Ultra HD display equipped with UltraWide-Colour Technology for a wider colour spectrum and a more vivid, more natural picture.

For environmentally-conscious users seeking a large display and plenty of features for enhanced convenience and connectivity, the Philips 272B7QU is the answer. Equipped with hub capabilities, a USB-C docking feature, this monitor produces crisp, CrystalClear Quad HD images thanks to the advanced technology of its IPS display.

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