Manila, Philippines- ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, will join the Canon Photomarathon Philippines 2017 on the 21st of October as the priority professional monitor brand. At the event, ViewSonic will be showcasing an array of models from the company’s VP series professional monitor line which specializes in color accuracy.

 

“When it comes to photography, ViewSonic understands the importance of the role that color plays in the editing process. Our VP series monitors have been developed specifically for this very reason and are designed to ensure that every piece of work created on VP monitors, whether it be for photography, videography, design, or any other color critical application, is perceived exactly as the creator intended.” said, said Eric Wei, Sales Director, ViewSonic Asia-Pacific. “We’re looking forward to being part of the Canon Photomarathon 2017 and are glad to be giving contestants the opportunity to showcase their finest works for the judge’s panel.”

 

ViewSonic VP series professional monitors, range in size from 24-inches up to 38-inches curved and feature resolutions spanning Full HD (1080p), WQHD (1440p), and 4K UHD. Each VP series monitor delivers color centric features such as professionally calibrated color accuracy, uniformity, and processing for color critical applications as well as Delta E<2 for superb color precision. Additional VP series features include HDR10 support for maximum image detail, KVM switch with USB Type-C, and a sleek, frameless bezel. To ensure long lasting color consistency VP series monitors offer hardware calibration functionality and can be paired with ViewSonic Colorbration, which has been co-developed with color management experts X-Rite.

 

At the Canon Photomarathon Philippines 2017 participants will be able to preview and their work on ViewSonic VP monitors before submitting their finished pieces to the judge’s panel. To further ensure the quality of the event, judges will view each contestant’s photos on VP series monitors to preserve the story being told in each photo through accurate color.

 

The Canon Photomarathon Philippines 2017 will be held at Hall 4 of the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City on Oct. 21, 2017.

 

Visit ViewSonic at the Canon Photomarathon Philippines 2017 in Booth D to see VP series monitors in action.

 

For further news and information about the ViewSonic VP series, visit color.ViewSonic.com and follow on Facebook.


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