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Screen size
Screen size Explanation

Brand
Brand

Color space
Color space Explanation

Color depth
Color depth Explanation

Pixel density
Pixel density Explanation

Recommended for use
Recommended for use Explanation

Refresh rate
Refresh rate Explanation

Screen quality
Screen quality Explanation

Response time
Response time Explanation

Overige aansluitingen
Overige aansluitingen

Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio Explanation

VESA mount
VESA mount Explanation

Image quality according to customers
Image quality according to customers Explanation

Type of adaptive sync
Type of adaptive sync Explanation

Type of HDR
Type of HDR Explanation

Brightness
Brightness Explanation

Screen reflection
Screen reflection Explanation

Design according to customers
Design according to customers Explanation

Beeldresolutie
Beeldresolutie Explanation

Schermrand
Schermrand Explanation

Review score
Review score

Price

In stock in the store
In stock in the store

Show only on stock
Show only on stock

Brand-specific image technique
Brand-specific image technique

Coolblue's Choice
Coolblue's Choice Explanation

Second Chance
Second Chance Explanation

4K monitors for photo/video editing

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If you edit photos and videos at a professional level, you want a 4K monitor for photo and video editing. A 4K monitor is 4 times sharper than a Full HD monitor, so you can see every detail. Ideal if you want to remove a small but disturbing object from your photo. An image editing screen is distinguished by a large coverage of commonly used color profiles such as sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3. This way, your monitor displays the same color tones as your editing software and you can choose from many different colors. These monitors are pre-calibrated as standard or offer calibration options, so you can get started right away.

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4K monitors for photo/video editing

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If you edit photos and videos at a professional level, you want a 4K monitor for photo and video editing. A 4K monitor is 4 times sharper than a Full HD monitor, so you can see every detail. Ideal if you want to remove a small but disturbing object from your photo. An image editing screen is distinguished by a large coverage of commonly used color profiles such as sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3. This way, your monitor displays the same color tones as your editing software and you can choose from many different colors. These monitors are pre-calibrated as standard or offer calibration options, so you can get started right away.

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Our choice for a 4K monitor
Our choice for a 4K monitor
  • Screen size: 28 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
299,-
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Second Chance from 267,-
Our choice for a 27-inch high-end monitor
Our choice for a 27-inch high-end monitor
  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
319,-
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Available for pickup today in 2 stores
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Our choice for a monitor with Thunderbolt for your MacBook or iMac
Our choice for a monitor with Thunderbolt for your MacBook or iMac
  • Screen size: 31,5 inches
  • Color space: DCI-P3
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
1.099,-
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  • Screen size: 38 inches
  • Color space: DCI-P3
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
1.389,-
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  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
269,-
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Available for pickup today in 9 stores
  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
449,-
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  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
359,-
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Second Chance from 320,-
  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Color space: sRGB
  • Color depth: 1 billion colors (10 bit)
289,-
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