“For many photographers and videographers, editing and post-production are a vital part of the process. For this reason, it’s crucial to have an accurate and effective display to work on in order to produce the best results….”
It has been a long time since I last came across a BenQ monitor in a store in either of the Australian cities in which I have lived, and I have never bought nor used one, so I cannot comment on their qualities for photography and video editing, nor their longevity, but I am willing to consider them and found this article a useful start to my research.
We often rely on two monitors here at the ‘Untitled’ home office, but some of them are ageing or failing, with yet another dying just the other day.
As a result we have sworn off Dell products for life and have been looking at other brands for our video and photo editing workstations as well as for more mundane tasks not demanding high-end monitors.
The two BenQ monitors covered in Fstoppers’ article look interesting but their lack of Thunderbolt connectivity means they are of limited interest for use with our Apple computers.
Will we upgrade our Windows PC to something more contemporary, and will either of these monitors play a part in that?
Or will we stick with Apple machines given the wide range of macOS software already in use here?
- BenQ – PV Series, Created for Video Post-Production
- BenQ – SW Series, Engineered for Photographers
- Fstoppers – Fstoppers Reviews the BenQ SW320 and PV3200PT, Two Fantastic 4K Monitors
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