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There are few bargains in the professional category, and this kind of quality and accuracy is going to be expensive. We think the PA302W is worth every penny. It’s hard to imagine a better example of the 30-inch 16:10 format.
Out-of-box accuracy, many calibration options, build quality, 16:10 aspect ratio, clear bright image, useful uniformity compensation.
Expensive but worth the price, inconsistent contrast at lowest brightness levels.
Using this monitor for Photoshop work on landscapes and portraits. The color rendering is superb and the calibration went smoothly. The only negative about this monitor is that (like most other of those products) the buttons to manage the monitor setting are too small and black/grey on black.
Excellent monitor. It is large and sturdy. A lot thicker than most other monitors. The support adjusts three ways. I calibrated with Spectraview. Very easy and trouble free. The multiprofiler allows you to control the monitor from windows instead of the OSD. It is wide gamut.
Seriously good, but expensive monitors for editing. I use two - one in Landscape and the other in Portrait mode (Monitor mount rotates). Color fidelity and stability has been faultless.
I finally realized that my prints were coming out with more detail than I could see on my screen. This display solves that...bright, crisp and sharp. I am dropping one star for the teeny tiny little buttons. They are difficult to see or feel in the dark.
I've owned two of these monitors for almost 4 years. I use both of them for photography, mostly in Lightroom and Photoshop.Since the very first day I hooked both of them up to my 2013 Mac Pro via DisplayPort, both of the monitors do not have a consistent and equal output of light across the entire...
Using this monitor as my main work-tool for editing images in Photoshop. Excellent resolution and color depth. Easy to calibrate. No visible light or color artifacts anywhere on the large screen. Very bright factory setting. Only con are the invisible buttons for the settings manipulation.
This is a great monitor, and similar to other top-end NEC 's I have bought for my DisplayPort-equipped machines I expect it to keep imaging perfectly for many years beyond the 4 years warranty. I especially like the 16:10 format, which I much prefer over my PA271W's 16:9 format for editing photos.
A monitor is a tool. As such it should not draw attention to itself, it should just work properly. I was happy enough with my 7 year old NEC 30" monitor (and hood and Spectraview) that I bought this monitor to replace it.
I was surprised by how many of my images benefit from the increased color gamut of this monitor, when I compare them on the NEC vs. my Apple Cinema 30s.Unfortunately, mine has a couple of vertical stripes that are much darker than the rest of the monitor post calibration.
These units represent a replacement and upgrade for earlier screens which suffered from Rain in the Window Syndrome.It's still a bit early to definitively rate the pair of NEC302's I purchased. There are fewer than 50 hours of usage on either.