Well kind of.... The focus is really on medical imaging and the like (the displays for photo are a small part of all that).
I’m still trying to discover what the price premium of Eizo over a similar NEC SpectraView provide. Both are great displays no question, I just don’t understand the pretty significant price difference and suspect that in the case of NEC, they sell far more displays in less a niche market.
Both companies traditionally compete in the medical market.
In my view Eizo has a cleaner and more integrated concept with their CG-Series. They combine very good panels with their own, very comfortable and reliable software (Color Navigator). I consider their package as simply the most fool-proof.
While NEC also uses very good panels, they traditionally mix contrast and brightness settings. This results in the fact, that on NEC monitors the minimum luminance of the backlight is about 140 cd/m^2 by using the "brightness" setting only. To lower it, you have to fumble with the "contrast" setting as well. This intertwined behaviour of "contrast" and "brightness" is a common nuisance with many LCDs. Eizo correctly correlates the backlight level with a single "brightness" setting.
The SpectraView software (= basICColor in Europe) is also more complicated and not as comfortable as Eizo's Color Navigator. The latter lets you change profiles conveniently through the context menu in the dock.
The SpectraView also has a somewhat shaky stand and reportedly NEC's inverter emits some buzzing noise.
The only thing I don't particularly like with my Eizo CG242W is the narrow viewing angle in the dark tones.