Samsung i7

Announced Jan 29, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 3 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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I have a amd a8 6410 12gb ram laptop currently lightroom is as slow as molasses where as capture one is speedy a 211 raw image import takes 7 minutes for capture one to build the preveiws and lightroom takes 42 or so the question is should i buy a 600 dollar i7 4790 based desktop or stick with my laptop and buy capture one for 300 dollars --check me out on flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/132171456@N07/
manthasfamily
By: manthasfamily (2 weeks ago)
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I'm going to have my PC rebuilt, and I'm going from an AMD system to and i7.  The only programs I have besides my Win 10 are my photo editing programs.  My question..... Is there going to be a problem transferring my photo editing programs to a new Hard Drive since it's a totally different system or will the programs have to be reinstalled? Thanks for your answers! --KarenIf it pleases you then to hell what everyone else thinks!
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Hello, I am trying to figure which configuration iMac would be best suited for me as a main work system. Unfortunately, I am in a country where my upgrade options (from Apple) are NIL. My options are all the basic models found on the Apple site iMac page. A total of 6 options. The Apple authorised service provider here told me that even the RAM on the latest Retina models cannot be upgraded! :-( So trying to figure the best option of the available 6, in terms of price and configuration. My...
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Hi, I'm new to Nikon, having recently purchased a D5200. (need to update my equipment) I find that when I make adjustments to NR it can take up to half a minute for changes to show. I use Windows 7, i7 CPU, and have 12 Gig RAM. NX-D is version 1.3.0 Thanks for any help. Ronnie. --http://www.pbase.com/ronniedp
Days Off
By: Days Off (1 month ago)
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My five and a half year old Toshiba laptop just isn't cutting it anymore...I've been looking at new laptops today and feel a bit overwhelmed. This is what I had in mind for specs: 6th generation i7 processor  Nvidia GeForce (gtx 950 or higher preferred) at least 256 gb SSD  ability to expand to 32 gb ram iPS HD display Are these specs suitable for running Lightroom and Photoshop?  I would start with at least 16 gb ram and have a 1TB HDD that I can add to the system.   This Asus is so far the...
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Hi, apologies for leaping straight in with a question but after months of reading this and other sites, looking at various models of laptop and sifting through the specs, I come unstuck at the hdd speed. Every machine I choose, once I look into it, comes with a 5400 rpm unit not a 7200. I am currently using a Sony Vaio with an i5 2430m, 6 gb ram, a Radeon 6740 with 512mb vram and a 5400 rpm hdd and Photoshop to edit hd footage from my 70D, nothing spectacular and no intent to ever produce...
Rob Bedows
By: Rob Bedows (2 months ago)
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OK, so I'm contemplating having a new PC built.  I currently have a 5 plus year old Dell Inspiron with 8 GB of RAM, an AMD quad core 630 processor running at 2.8 ghz.  The video card is an ATL Radeon 4350.  I've got a 1 TB HD with a 3 TB Seagate plugged in as backup.  This last I just purchased with upgradeability in mind when the 1 TB backup drive failed. I'm contemplating a new machine in hopes that the processing jobs will go much faster.  I've got a D810 with 36 megapixel files and use LR...
mby852
By: mby852 (3 months ago)
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Hello,  not 100% sure as to which processor to get. I'm ready to get a new imac (late 2015 model) I will get it with 512 SSD and upgrade the ram myself. I'm not a gamer or will be doing much if any at all video editing. I'll use it primarily for photo editing. 24-36 MP files. I'll be doing focus stacking also. So do you think the $250 to upgrade to an i7 is worth the money?  Thanks for your input
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Hi !A bit of advice needed ... I have the latest 2015, maxed out 13" Retina Macbook Pro (i7 3.1Ghz, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD).I love the portability+power compromise, I take it to work every day and use a 4K display and a Thunderbolt dock to turn it into a desktop machine at home. So far so good. Unfortunately the CPU and/or GPU aren't quite cutting it anymore for 2 tasks : music production (definitely CPU), and Lightroom (probably CPU, but maybe the GPU also struggles to drive the 4K display...
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I've been shooting clips with the 1D C, which outputs to 4096x2160.  I'm primarily shooting for stock, so I don't really need a full featured editor.  I just need to be able to trim clips down, occasionally apply curves, and most importantly, output to 4096x2160. I'd like to avoid doing a subscription for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, since it's way more than I need.  My current version of CS5.5 can't handle 4k even on my 6-core i7 PC (SSDs for video). I've tried Sony Movie Maker, but it only...
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