Cariboo

Cariboo

Joined on Aug 31, 2007

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  • I also use a CRT for my higher quality work, where I need to see a smooth tonal range, check channels, check for pixel smoothing etc. @ 100%. It is a LaCie Electron Blue IV 19" that fortunately ...
  • Thanks for your comments. My professional needs are perhaps not the norm, as I don't need portablility nor want to compromise working on a smaller display than 17", which is already small for much ...
  • I wasn't interested in anything smaller than a 17" display. No point for me to work on a smaller display & 17-18" is very portable & easy to carry for me. But laptop makers can't or won't make ...
  • If you search this forum, you will find some other threads & maybe a few links, but what you'll mostly find out is, as you've said, that info is difficult to find on laptops. I went through thsi a ...
  • You don't say what your intended OUTPUT is going to be?  Are you only ever going to look at these on your monitor (what kind of monitor resolution & size?), are you going to post these at sizes ...
  • Thanks for those findings, very helpful. I searched the Asus website but could only find minimum specs. That made me think that it didn't have much improvement other than viewing angles, which as ...
  • But how well does it calibrate? What color bit depth? What color space can it display? Are color & tone hardware based or software emulated? How good is the tonal gradation? Is there good area ...
  • Replied in IPS vs. TN
    Asus review http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Asus-G750JW-Notebook.96316.0.html XoticPC Customized Asus http://www.xoticpc.com/custom-gaming-laptops-notebooks-asus-laptops-ct-95_51_163.html I ...
  • Sorry for the late reply. Yes, timed while counting One Steamboat, so in one second, 10 RAW frames were made at 1/1000 sec. down to 1/125 sec..
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    I have an Asus G750 JW that I updated with 2 SSD drives but kept the supplied 12 GB of RAM (vs adding more due to warranty issues). The calibrated display is okay & usable. Viewing angles are ...
  • Writing files does not need to be finished before more images can be made. How many captures varied, with Raw being, 2-3 when buffer becomes available after a few secs, more frames after waiting ...
  • I did a few tests. Raw files only, standard or fine jpegs, @ 1/500 - 1/1000 sec, manual or autofocus. Raw files recorded 10 frames each time, not 12 that the manual's chart says are possible, if I ...
  • Looks like 12 frames in RAW file format
  • Manual Mode, 100-200 ISO & bring a black piece of cardboard or a ball cap or anything black & big enough to cover the lens.  Then pick an aperture, you may need some trial & error.  Then pick a ...
  • My demo version changed to the Home or Basic Free version after the trial period with a limited feature set. The paid version features were then locked out, so no raw file viewing, but jpegs were ...
  • I use SyncBack Free http://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/sbfree-new.html You can compare the Free vs. Paid version features to see what works best for you. I've read of photographers using FBack too,
  • VERY few laptops have IPS screens & even if they do, that doesn't mean that they are precise enough for all manner of imaging editing. It also depends on what size of laptop, as some 14"'ers have ...
  • Maybe you are trying to do a group or batch auto search for many selects at once? I don't know of software to do that, but I've searched for the raw file extension, then moved all those files to a ...
  • "....So like for sports instead of a burst you could shoot a few seconds of 4k then go pull a few good still frames and scrap the rest. Right?..." It sort of works that way BUT for sports, the ...
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