Welcome to Web Festo. Today I will tell you about view sonic VP2785-4K. Today I will also, tell you about web professional series.
This professional monitor is designed for creative professionals
It supports a wide color palette and is factory calibrated for many common color spaces. It perfectly draws photos and videos in our testing, supports the display of HDR content, and can also be used for games with low exposure. He becomes our latest professional monitor.
Adjustable Panel for Professionals
Although it is very similar to the ViewSonic VP2780-4K, which won our editorial choice back in 2015, the VP2785-4K offers some clear improvements. It adds a USB Type-C port that can charge a laptop connected to it and also allows you to use the unusual function of the KVM switch. Using this function, you can connect several input sources, say, two computers, to the monitor and easily switch between them using one keyboard and mouse. (One of the input sources must be connected to the USB-C port.)
VP2785-4K has a wider color gamut than VP2780-4K, in several color spaces. (For example, it covers 99 percent of Adobe RGB, while its predecessor only covered 80 percent.) It also has a much smaller side and top faceplates, which corresponds to a larger screen area and smoother integration into an array with multiple monitors.
The matte black design of the VP2785-4K is beautiful but simple, offering a small assessment of the accuracy of the panel in which it is located. Clean lines and narrow, almost invisible frames adorn the sides and top with a thicker strip at the bottom. When placed on a stand and extended to a maximum height, the VP2785-4K measures 21.5 by 24.1 by 8.5 inches (HWD) and weighs 14.1 pounds, including the stand.
A sturdy, unobtrusive and easily adjustable stand offers just over 5 inches of height adjustment, 120 degrees of rotation and 22 degrees of inclination. Photographers will appreciate its ability to rotate 90 degrees in portrait orientation.
Color Accuracy is What Matters In Professional Series
The 27-inch panel with switching in the plane (IPS) impresses with its own 4K resolution (3840 by 2160 pixels), which provides a high pixel density of 163 pixels per inch (PPI). This corresponds to the density of both the Acer Predator X27 and the ViewSonic VP2780-4K, while the ViewSonic VP3881 for $ 998.99 at Amazon has a pixel density of 111ppi. Higher pixel density usually results in sharper images.
ViewSonic estimates the contrast ratio VP2785-4K at 1000: 1, which was within 1 percent of our tested ratio (991: 1). Peak brightness VP2785-4K is estimated at 350 cd / m2 (otherwise); he ended up slightly below 323 nits when we passed at his pace.
ViewSonic emphasizes the color accuracy of the VP2785-4K and the fact that the monitor is pre-calibrated for various color spaces (Adobe RGB, DCI-P3, sRGB, EBU, SMPTE-C, and REC709). I tested brightness, color rendering and contrast using the Klein K10-A colorimeter and SpectraCal CalMAN 5 software. The color chart below was obtained with VP2785-4K in Adobe RGB mode.
The area in the triangle represents the colors that can be obtained by mixing the primary colors of red, green, and blue, while the area bounded by the curve approximately corresponds to the range of colors that can be distinguished by the human eye. The circles represent my color measurements, which are significantly outside the triangle, especially in the green part of the spectrum, which indicates a very wide color gamut. Although I can’t measure it accurately, it seems close to 99 percent of the Adobe RGB space claimed by ViewSonic.
Connections Galore In Web Professional Series
VP2785-4K has a large set of display inputs and other connectors. They include two HDMI 2.0 ports, DisplayPort and mini-DisplayPort inputs, the USB Type-C port I mentioned earlier, four USB 3.0 output ports, and two 3.5 mm jacks. The last two are one audio input and one audio output, designed to connect to an external sound source, or to speakers or headphones. (VP2785-4K does not have built-in speakers.) All ports are rear-facing down, but you can easily access them by turning the panel in portrait orientation.
Six tiny buttons activate and control the on-screen display (OSD). They are located on the right edge of the bottom panel and light when the monitor is on. Five of them show a tiny white circle, while the far right shows the standard icon for the on / off button. (It glows blue when the monitor is turned on, orange when it is in sleep mode, and dim when the monitor is turned off.) Pressing the next button to the left opens the main menu with the standard color, Contrast / Brightness, Input selection, Main menu, and exit. Icons appear above each of the other buttons, allowing you to switch between selections, such as the right arrow, left arrow, checkbox, backspace, or X.
Standard color is a key menu item. It allows you to choose among predefined color spaces, including Adobe RGB, sRGB, EBU, DCI-P3, SMPTE-C, REC709, and DICOM-SIM, or apply your own custom settings. In certain modes, such as sRGB and Adobe RGB, the contrast/brightness control is not available. The VP2785-4K has a light sensor with which the monitor can adjust its own brightness depending on the lighting conditions.
With Input Select, you can choose between DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, two HDMI or USB Type-C inputs. In the main menu, you can select (again) Input selection, Sound settings, View mode, Color settings, Manual image settings, and Setup menu. The view model includes settings configured for the game (FPS, RTS, and MOBA), movie, Internet, Mac, designer or photographer.
Manual Image Adjustment In Professional Series
Meanwhile, in the “Manual Image Adjustment” section there is a setting called HDR10. In Windows 10, to display the contents of HDR, you must enable this option, and then go to the display settings by right-clicking on an empty area of the desktop and turning on HDR there.
As a thorough analysis of model number follows, the ViewSonic VP2785-4K ($ 899.99) brings native 4K resolution to a 27-inch screen. This professional monitor is designed for creative professionals such as photographers and video editors who need accurate reproducible color in images. It supports a wide color palette and is factory calibrated for many common color spaces. It perfectly draws photos and videos in our testing, supports the display of HDR content, and can also be used for games with low exposure. He becomes our latest professional monitor