In many cases "professional monitor" means some specific feature and completely disregards many other features. I've bough Lilliput monitor which is also called "professional" It has many buttons and rockers on face plate, it comes with sunshade and battery options, It has many digital and analog inputs. So it pretends to be a professional but:
- glossy screen - only this option should remove this monitor from professional category.
- it doesn't lock to input frame rate. So it's locked internally to 60Hz regardless input frequency.
- dark levels are quite rubbish regardless the settings.
Otherwise it's professional
I know, that is why I recommend you the beetronics monitors I mentioned
Mine has many inputs (including BNC), matte quality IPS, 4:3, metal frame including mount rails, is firmware updateable, has a remote and I can use my 60Hz modded SEGA Master System in 50Hz and 60Hz with it directly without conversion or upscaling (the display tells you the mode, PAL or PAL-60 automatically). Ain't a cheap display, though.
JamesF wrote:Attached Polynomial Gamma with 2.3 to 3.0 cure below 50% input in 0.1 jumps, and above that is your native gamma.
Cool, will give them a test later