Yesterday I discovered those 27" korean monitors and I'm willing to take the risk, but I did not find any serious, meticulous review about them with details such as DeltaE average before and after calibration.
I need a new IPS monitor for photo editing. I currently use a TN panel so any IPS would be miles ahead, but I do need one that, once calibrated, has accurate color reproduction.
I read about blue and green and yellow tint in the Korean panels. That's also the case with my current and previous TN panels, but how are they once calibrated?
I also read (I read a lot) some comment on YouTube of someone who did a video "review" of the Crossover 27Q that says to never buy that 27Q because they die after a few months. I don't know what to think because many seem to say they're the best as far as "packaging" goes (the metal and the stand and all that).
Are there people here who own one of those 27" Korean panels for months, use them daily and can report how long you had them?
Anyone who used a calibration device like a Spyder4 or Colormunki Display and can share her/his results?
I don't mind a few dead pixels or some minor light bleeding. I care about how long these panels last and how accurate is their color reproduction once they're calibrated.