Review: DreamColor Z24x G2 “junior” monitor has come a long way

The new DreamColor Z24x G2 “junior” has greatly improved, both officially and unofficially. Sit back for a detailed review.

Last week, I received the second-generation (MSRP US$559) DreamColor Z24x G2 “junior” review unit. I am ecstatic to tell you that it is much better than I expected. Better than what? Better than its predecessor, the very first entry-level DreamColor Z24x. In fact, the second generation model is even better than HP’s official response to my initial questions at the private press conference before NAB in April. Ahead I will tell you all the great things that I discovered, together with the very few gotchas that are currently the norm at this price point, from any manufacturer. I also go into use cases (when this model is appropriate) and proper integration for proper framerate/cadence and audio/video sync when monitoring. Read the full article free in ProVideo Coalition magazine…

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