32 inch 4K 10-bit(not FRC) 99.5% AdobeRGB monitor $600

newabc

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Lenovo ThinkVision P32u-10, $600, Lenovo official ebay store, link as below:

The color accuracy in the specs is in an average of delta E<2.

Specs are below:
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ThinkVision P32u-10
Display Size 32"
View Area 708.48x398.52 mm
Panel In-Plane Switching
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution 3840x2160
Pixel Pitch 0.1845x0.1845 mm
Dot / Pixel Per Inch 137 dpi
View Angle (H / V) 178 / 178
Pixel Response Time 4 ms (Extreme mode) / 6 ms (Typical mode) / 12 ms (off mode)
Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Brightness 300 nits
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Color Gamut 99.5% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, 100% BT.709, 98.2% DCI-P3, 79.3% BT.2020
Multiple Input HDMI, DP, Thunderbolt In, Thunderbolt Out
USB Port 4 x USB 3.0 (1 BC)
Power Consumption (Typical / Maximum) 57W / 190W
Power Adapter Integrated
Stand Tilt, Swivel, Height Adjust Stand
Color Raven Black
Side Bezel Width 2 mm
Dimensions with Stand (HxWxD) 607.85x726.7x350 mm
Weight (Including Stand) 24.18lb / 10.97kg
Monitor Cable HDMI, DP to DP, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt
TCO TCO 7.0
Low Blue Light / Eye Comfort / Eyesafe Display Eye Comfort
Base Warranty 3-year
Operating System Support Windows 7, Windows 10
Presets / User Settings 28 / 20
On Screen Display OSD, 8 Languages
datasheet link: https://psref.lenovo.com/syspool/Sys/PDF/datasheet/ThinkVision_P32u_datasheet_EN.pdf
 

newabc

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2-3 days ago, when I knew BenQ EW3280U, I thought that was a deal for 32 inch 10 bit without FRC. Then today I knew this. But for a photograph hobbyists, more pictures/videos are more important. Lightroom and CaptureOne are still in 8-bit.