EIZO at The Photography Show 2019
We're back at The Photography Show for another year! Come and see us at stand B10.
This four day event held at the Birmingham NEC will run from 16-19 March and is the event of the year for everyone that's passionate about photography and moving image.
At this year's event, we'll be showcasing a range of EIZO ColorEdge monitors, giving you the opportunity to try out the range and have an in depth chat with our technical experts who know the range inside out. We'll be bringing along the ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145 monitor which has never before been displayed at the event. This HDR monitor is specifically designed for video professionals and may be of interest to any attendees of The Video Show which is a brand new event for 2019, running alongside The Photography Show.
We have a specifically designed 'demo room' so that our experts can demo two 4K monitors (CG279X and CG319X) in their perfect, light controlled environment, allowing guests to get hands on with the monitors and experience how they might be used in their own studio.
EIZO's ColorEdge experts will be on hand each day to run demos on the monitors and to introduce guests to the brand new ColorNavigator 7 software, designed specially for EIZO monitors and available as a free download from our site eizocolour.com.
Professional photographer and EIZO advocate, Tigz Rice will be on the stand from Sunday to Tuesday to talk to customers and press about her use of ColorEdge monitors throughout her career. We're also delighted to have industry experts delivering talks at the EIZO stand during the show:
Saturday 16th at 12.45: Photographer Sanjay Jogia talking about the importance of calibration and colour accuracy
Monday 18th at 14.00: Film post-production specialist, Ollie Kenchington, talking about accuracy in the video workflow
We'll look forward to seeing you all at Stand B10!
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