Monitors for Photography, Video Content Creation, Print & Design
While other monitors such as iMac* will display your photos and videos to look beautifully warm and punchy, this is not ideal for content creators. These monitors are in effect, placing a "beautify" filter over your digital image file. Not IN your file, OVER it. Indeed you can set up an EIZO to do this too, but that's not what EIZO is about.
Just like a radiologist diagnosing from digital xrays, all artists in this digital world need to see the truest and most detailed view of their image files. This allows them to:
Edit on the right colours (each pixel should display the accurate hue, saturation and brightness, this is hard to perfect in the LCD world!)
See subtle details that would otherwise be hidden from view, particularly in those dark areas of any video footage or still image.
Be confident that your creations will look as you intended them to, or as great as they possibly can if being viewed on unmanaged output (eg, consumer tv or an non-colour managed printer)
No matter where your image file is destined, it's important to work on and supply your images from an accurate starting point. Not from an already skewed display.
*We have used iMac as an example because they are very popular with EIZO customers. Common setup: EIZO monitor running as primary monitor, used for creative work / content creation, connected to an iMac for reliable computing and extra screen space for other things.