ASUS ProArt PA32UCX-PK Draw Praise from Creatives

For creative professionals in photography and film, color accuracy and image quality are paramount. ASUS recently spoke with four content creators — a colorist, a cinematographer, an animator, and a high‑concept Unreal Engine filmmaker — to get their take on what it’s like working with the ASUS ProArt PA32UCX-PK monitor.

ASUS ProArt PA32UCX-PK is a 32-inch 4K HDR calibrated monitor that features variable mini‑LED backlighting and 1200 nits peak brightness. It offers Off-Axis Contrast Optimization technology to reduce halo effects by 80% as well as 7X contrast-ratio enhancement. This means that on screen colors and even dark imagery are presented accurately to viewers ― even when viewing from an angle.

Thanks to its exceptional Delta E < 1 color accuracy, Calman Ready and Colour Space integration, multiple HDR format support (Dolby Vision, HDR-10, HLG) and ergonomic design, ProArt PA32UCX-PK has been well-received by creative professionals specializing in cinematography, animation, visual effects and photography.

Photographer and cinematographer Brett Danton works with 4K imagery everyday, so the 4K HDR display with 1152-zone mini-LED backlighting and 1200 nits peak brightness of PA32UCX-PK are a perfect solution for him.

PA32UCX-PK enables filmmaker Haz Dullul to conduct post-production color checks with the same quality and accuracy found on professional equipment used in post-production facilities.

Animator Julia Young notes the benefits of the ergonomic stand with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustability as well as the VESA mount option offered by PA32UCX-PK. “The most important thing for me is that my setup is ergonomic and that I have the most reliable equipment that I can afford,” says Young.

Availability and Pricing

ASUS ProArt Display PA32UCX-PK is currently available in The Philippines. SRP @ Php 166,950.

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