With over 1500 photographers competing to capture the best moments based on assigned themes, ViewSonic stationed three of its VP2468 monitors at the emergency kiosk, so that participants can preview their photos prior to submission. Six judges also used the monitors to evaluate the submissions from the participants.
This is testament of the quality that ViewSonic monitors offer. The VP Series in particular is capable of delivering accurate, vivid and consistent colours to convey each photographer’s story. Ten XG2701 monitors were also placed at the submission stations.
ViewSonic also sponsored three monitors for the winners of the PhotoMarathon.
“ViewSonic understands the importance of colour and we want to fully deliver the story that each contestant wants to tell with their photos; with the shared value, we feel it’s a great opportunity for us to team up with Canon Marketing Philippines, Inc. to elevate and set new standards.”
– Eric Wei, Country Manager of ViewSonic Philippines.
ViewSonic’s professional monitors, the VP68 series comes in three models – the VP2468 (24″ FHD), the VP2768 (27″ WQHD), and the VP3268-4K (32″ 4K, with HDR10 Support). Each can deliver outstanding colour precision, processing, and uniformity for colour-critical applications. All are also calibrated with 14-bit 3D LUT, Six-Axis Colour Adjustment and Colour Processing functionality to adhere to the Delta<2 requirement.
The VP68 series monitors also feature the thinnest bezels, giving you the ultimate frameless viewing experience, and sports SuperClear IPS for wide, distortion-free viewing angles. Auto Pivot feature feature also allows for toggling between portrait and landscape modes with speed and ease, while extensive connectivity options allow for connectivity with an array of other peripherals and laptops.
Additional hardware calibration options are also available via the ViewSonic Colorbration Kit, co-developed with X-Rite – experts in colour management.
For more news and information on ViewSonic Philippines, you may visit their official website, or follow their social media account on Facebook. For VP series monitors, click here for more information.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.