Many photographers and videographers like to work on dual-monitor setups with the two screens side by side, but that can cause some complicated logistics with connections and the like, and of course, it can be quite annoying to have bezels right in the middle of your vision. Can you solve that problem with an ultrawide monitor? This great video takes a look at LG's 49-inch monster to help answer that question.
Coming to you from B&H, this helpful video takes a look at the LG 49WL95C-W 49" 32:9 Curved UltraWide HDR IPS Monitor. With a whopping 5,120 by 1,440 resolution, the monitor is essentially two 27-inch 1440p monitors put together, but without the hassle and visual disturbance of bezels in the center of the setup. For photographers or videographers who often switch between windows, have multiple apps open simultaneously, or could use extra space for working with timelines and the like, such a monitor might seem ideal. LG also wisely included software to manage the way the monitor uses space so things don't get too unwieldy. All in all, it seems like an intriguingly different option that may end up being quite useful for some of us. Check out the video above for more.