Samsung i7

Announced Jan 29, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 3 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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The alternatives are the i5 duo 2.6Ghz 8GBRAM (2014) and the i7 quad 2.3Ghz 16GB RAM (2012). I use lightroom for color photo editing, for BW I use Silver Efex Pro as a smart filter in PS (so in this case I have LR, PS and SEP running at the same time). At the moment i use a 2/3 years old windows laptop (connected to a good monitor) with 8GB RAM and i7 1.7 ghz quad and i am happy with the overall speed. What should I expect from those two configurations? Does duo vs quad make any difference (I...
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I use a Fuji W3 to capture 3D images and video. I have a Dell I7 system running Windows 7 Home Premium that has an AMD Radeon HD7550 graphics board with 1 gb of memory. I use Power Director editing software. Can anyone recommend a 3D monitor that will work with this graphics card, including any necessary cables or software? I have searched this forum, the AMD website and forums, and the Internet without finding any solution. The list of monitors on the AMD site is out of date. Their link to...
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I've a old dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.2GHz based system with Win7 at the moment. It processes RAW files from my E-3 at an acceptable speed (I'm quite a patient person). I recently upgraded to an OM-D E-M1 and now desperately need something faster! It takes the poor old thing 45 seconds to process each file :-( My laptop running an Intel Pentium B950 at 2.1GHz takes 30 seconds to process the same RAW file. Looking on a cpu benchmark site the figures for these 1285 & 1718 are pretty much...
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Hi All, I am currently using an older Samsung 20-inch monitor with Photoshop and Lightroom. I keep it calibrated with a Spyder3PRO. I have been wanting to upgrade this as I recently built a new computer: i7-3770, 16GB ram, Windows 7 64bit. With dead pixels starting to show up, I am at that point. In looking at new monitors I am interested in upgrading to a wide-gamut display, one that supports most if not all of Adobe RGB. I print with a color-managed workflow, and having color accuracy is...
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Experts! I have and love Photoshop CS3. I don't want to upgrade it at this time. I do need to replace my computer, though. I would like to buy a Lenovo M93 in the hopes that it won't reek of new vinyl . . . we will see. It will have Windows 7 Pro loaded, b/c I want to keep CS3. I don't want to skimp but also don't want to waste money, so, as to configuring this, I'd really appreciate some advice. Supposing I were willing to spend around $400 more than the base price on upgrades. How would I...
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I have a macbook pro 13" from 2011 OS X 10.9.4, 2.7Ghz and i7 (Intel HD Graphics 3000) and would like to get a decent monitor for photo editing. I liked to the specs on this one and it has got very good reviews, AOC q2770Pqu 27" with this resolution 2560 x 1440 I brought my computer to a shop and they let me try a very similar monitor an ASUS 27" with the same resolution 2560 x 1440 When it connected to the screen, the max resolution of the monitor we could set, was 1080p. With 1080i it...
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I have a Panasonic GH4, and don't have any problems playing the unedited files from the GH4 using VLC. However, when I try to play an edited clip, it doesn't work well at all. It'll play a frame or two at the start, but that's it. The VLC timeline advances to the end, but no new frames are displayed. I've also tried WMP and QT player. QTP drops frames like crazy, but does display a couple of frames out of each second of video. WMP does the opposite -- it seems to play every frame, but at the...
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I have an old (2006) Fujitsu Lifebook T 4210 with a 12-inch display. I do all my editing in remote desktop using another machine (Intel i7, 16GB ram, SSD and all the bells and whistles). I love my Lifebook, but I need a bigger screen as I do much more editing than before. I have two options: Buy a display for my main machine (I mostly use it with my LCD TV at the moment) Buy a new laptop/tablet I don't want to buy both a display and a new laptop. I do like not to be forced to my desk, so...
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Back in 2010, this is what I bought. Dell XPS15 (X501) with the 1st generation i5 processor with 8gb ram. Lightroom 3 and a Nikon D90. Everything ran great, no problems with anything and to this day the trio function famously. Now 4 years later I decided to upgrade and bought myself a Nikon D610, and had to upgrade to LR5..but now the 4yr old Dell XPS15 is having big problems with the larger 24mp pictures. I cant upgrade the RAM and I thought that the first generation i5 processor could...
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There is a great trick on the D800 which enables me to shoot a bunch of bracketted exposures automatically. I wonder if it works on the D810.... Here's the settings: Essentially you set the C3 – Self Timer to: Delay 2s Shots 2 Interval 0.5s Set the brackets up as you wish. Go into Liveview (to get mirror up) Set to timer release, press the button and go. It shoots the brackets and finishes. I'd love to hear that the D810 does this too. It seems a kind of useful bug in the D800...
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