« on: February 20, 2015, 09:45:40 AM »
Color accuracy is more of a function of proper calibration. IPS panels do not fade when you view the image from a angle, I do not see it as making a huge difference as long as you view straight on.
First, get a good hardware calibrator, second, make sure your room lighting is proper. The calibrator will allow you to calibrate screen brightness as well as colors. You will likely see more difference after calibrating than spending $$$ on a new monitor that is not calibrated.
So plan on a calibrator in any event.
This. Calibrate your monitor.
Also quirky thought of the day. While we sit and view our lovely images on nicely calibrated wide gamut monitors most people who will be viewing your pictures will likely be doing so on iPhones and other (probably) non-calibrated screens. So, what do you make the image look good for? You or your viewers??