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What monitor setup do you use & why ?

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  • I'm currently changing my setup from imac to pc.

    Looking into what type of monitor setup.

    I was using my imac 27" but now trying to decide between a 27" or 2 x 24".

    I thought I would go straight for 27" again because that's what I've been using for the past 3 years but I've been using a single old viewsonic 24" & quite like it. Text & panels are larger & find I'm not leaning forward to read stuff as much. Another 24" for viewport would be sweet plus if one monitor goes down, I can keep working.

     

    Looking at Dell u2413 but hear that it has bad motion ghosting. Seems to be the case with all wide gamut monitors in this price bracket. Maybe one of these for colour specific tasks & another gaming monitor with low response time for motion ?

    I will be using my setup for C4D, AE, PS & brush. Really into motion graphics, animation & compositing.

     

    I seem to be going around in circles, so…… I would love to hear from you guys  :thumbsup:

     

    What monitor setup & models do you use & why ?

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