Eizo announces 23.5-inch color LCD monitor with 240 Hz refresh rate for clear, stable satellite images

Eizo today announced the DuraVision FDF2405W, a 23.5-inch color LCD monitor for displaying satellite images. The DuraVision FDF2405W reduces image lag with its 240 Hz blur reduction function. The monitor converts 120 Hz input signals to 240 Hz, doubling the number of frames for sharper, highly visible images with reduced motion blur that is caused by frame changes. This greatly contributes to eliminating eye fatigue that occurs when viewing scrolling or moving images.

The DuraVision FDF2405W also comes equipped with Eizo’s Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) technology improves picture quality by counteracting fluctuations in brightness and chromaticity across the screen. The FDF2405W has a wide viewing angle of 176° so users experience minimal color shift when viewing the monitor from an angle. The high contrast ratio of 5000:1 combined with the maximum brightness of 350 cd/m2 maintains excellent screen visibility where details are essential. The non-glare panel also dissipates reflective light for high readability, even in bright ambient conditions.

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