|19th of December 2009 (Sat)||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Bergen County, New Jersey
Pixel Response Time (in monitor) ?
In choosing a monitor for the sole purpose of photo editing, should I care about the Pixel Response Time specification? I will not be using it for any type if gaming.
Some monitors have Pixel Response Times of 25ms...and others have much lower 14ms or 6ms. If given a choice, is one much better for photo editing?
Canon 5D MKII I 24-70mm I 17-40mm I 70-200mm I 100mm Macro
|19th of December 2009 (Sat)||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: enschede, netherlands
Re: Pixel Response Time (in monitor) ?
They're unimportant. The shorter times (anything below 6ms or so) is likely a TN screen. Avoid that.
Go for IPS or PVA.
Much better viewing angles & better color.
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