Designed for entry-level users doing photo editing and other creative work, the Eizo ColorEdge CS230 23" 1080p Hardware Calibration LCD Monitor with ColorNavigator software offers professional features of other ColorEdge monitors like automatic color adjustment with the built-in SelfCorrection sensor.
ColorNavigator calibration software makes calibration simple and produces predictable color results. ColorNavigator works with a wide range of measurement devices and provides hardware calibration by directly utilizing the monitor's look-up table. The monitor's built-in correction sensor automatically maintains the calibration settings by self correcting at specific intervals determined by the user.
With this software, you adjust your screen to color match your prints through visual perception. This is a simple color matching solution for entry-level users because no external sensor is required and the monitor automatically maintains its color settings with the built-in correction sensor.
The Eizo ColorEdge CS230 is equipped with a built-in correction sensor housed within the front upper bezel. This sensor records your adjustment results, and maintains the white point and brightness values by automatically readjusting the settings at specific intervals that you determine. Even if the monitor is switched off or not connected to a computer, it will stick to its preset schedule and self correct. The built-in correction sensor works with both ColorNavigator and ColorNavigator Elements to automatically maintain your settings.
It comes with an ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) developed by Eizo to meet the needs of the graphics market. The ASIC has its own algorithms used in high-precision color processing to produce smooth color tones. Fluctuations in brightness and chromaticity on different parts of the screen are a common trait of LCD monitors. To counteract this, the monitor incorporates EIZO's patented digital uniformity equalizer (DUE) technology.
The gamma level for each ColorEdge monitor is adjusted at the factory. This is accomplished by measuring the R, G, and B gamma values from 0 - 255, then using the monitor's 16-bit look-up table (LUT) to select the 256 most appropriate tones to achieve the desired value.
Using the DisplayPort input, the monitor offers 10-bit simultaneous color display from a 16-bit look-up table which means it can show more than one billion colors simultaneously. This is 64 times as many colors as you get with 8-bit display which results in even smoother color gradations and reduced Delta-E between two adjacent colors. E