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  1. I have a couple questions for those who have owned or had experience with the T and TL bodies. I realize this has been discussed in other threads, but I’m hoping for a little more insight. Even when auto review is turned off on my T body, the captured image lingers on the screen for a second (the equivalent of "blackout" on other cameras), prohibiting me from immediately composing my next shot. I admit that's not a lot of time, but it can have an impact on my shooting workflow. So my questions are 1) do the TL and TL2 also have this issue, and 2) does using a faster memory card decrease the time it takes for the monitor to become live again? For reference, I'm using a Panasonic SDHC Class 10 UHS-3 card with a 45 MB/s write time, and I'm shooting RAW (DNG) with 1.8 MB jpeg files. The T has no option for shooting DNG only, unfortunately.
  2. Hi guys, my usual M9 case disappeared for some reasons and I decided to carry it by my backpack instead...without any wrapping. As a result, the LCD monitor is badly scratched and there's this nasty whitish line across the screen together with various other marks. Since Leica Germany is not going to change the plastic monitor (I have no intention of upgrading to sapphire), is there any way to alleviate the problem, like applying screen protectors that can mask the scratches? Thank you guys!
  3. I am in a bit of a squeeze at the moment as I urgently need to purchase new monitors as I have delayed procurement for almost a year now. I run a Mac only environment with several Macbook Pro computers around the company. My current main working machine is a 15" Macbook Pro Retina as of it's mobility and all-around usability between locations and different tasks. My machine for heavy processing and prototype work is a late 2013 Mac Pro 6core. I run the Mac Pro with a three screen workspace currently for CAD design and prototyping but would like to extend this environment by one additional monitor for critical photography post processing. The monitor should be no smaller than 27" and no larger than 30". No 4K monitors please - I figure the tech is not arrived at best performance and price yet and will go for 4K at the next round. Connectivity should allow for the monitor to extend thunderbolt (or at a minimum several USB 3.0 for external drives, accessories, etc) and it should allow to attach at least two machines at the same time without unplugging cables (Mac Pro attached at all times, Mac Book Pro attached and switched to when needed). The switch between both machines on the monitor should be quick and painless (ideally a one click button affair). For connecting the display to the machines I need both display port and HDMI (I prefer a 27" monitor like the NEC over a 4K display as it can be pushed by the Mac Pro without issues while the other three monitors are still running). I absolutely DESPISE touch control buttons or anything consumer grade alike. I need proper hard-click buttons (ideally on the front rim to be accessible even when stacking displays. It should be a current (not outdated or replaced) display as I leave the option open to add an identical second display in 2015. Integrated calibration workflow would be great. I use Spyder hardware and basICColor software at the moment but am flexible if monitor native hard/soft is equal or better. My very first choice of monitors after a few weeks of search through the internet is this NEC 27" display: NEC PA272W Monitor: What it Looks Like, What's in the Box It looks the overall greatest package, exactly fulfilling my needs. The only one issue I have with this NEC display is that the authorized dealers around Shanghai/ China only offer a throat-cutting highway robbery deal, selling the display for about DOUBLE :wtf: the asking price as it retails in the US. I look for alternative displays at same level quality or better (or a better source for the NEC in China ?). Budget is 1500 - 2500 EUR (1,875 - 3,126 USD). If there is a display that retails at 3000 EUR though and is exceptionally better value as of manufacturers warranty, reputation for long life, speed of I/O ports, number of I/O ports, display specs, etc … I would not be turned off also. I have worked in the past with pro grade EIZO and Sony CRTs which where the business back then - truly bomb proof - are these manufacturers still as they used to be?
  4. Can someone please help me? I use Lightroom 3 on a Dell 30" monitor. When I view wideangle images (24mm F3.8 / iso 160 / F5.6) dominated by clear deep blue sky I get a disturbing level of pixelation / noise where the density of the blue deepens (natural deepening). This appears as a blotchy transition in the density of the blue when viewing the full image - surprisingly it becomes much finer when viewing at 100%. I have not had a problem printing at up to A3+ size so believe the issue may be with my monitor's colour calibration. I have used Colormunki to calibrate the screen rather than letting windows 7 manage it but the effect is still there. Interestingly the use of a dedicated noise reduction programme such as Dfine 2.0 reduces the impact of this blotchy transition in blues (using the contrast filter). I am left not sure if I am looking at some strange noise effect on the M9's sensor (unlikely surely at iso 160!) or a monitor calibration issue?? Can anyone help me get rid of this problem ?
  5. Aus welchem Material besteht die Oberfläche des Monitors der D-Lux 5: Kunststoff oder (Saphir-)Glas? Falls Kunststoff: Wie kann man es am besten vor Kratzern schützen?
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    Monitorfrage

    Liebe Forumsmitglieder, mein Monitor (Samsung SyncMaster 215TW) gibt gerade seinen Geist auf. Bei der Suche nach einem Nachfolger bin ich auf den neuen Eizo CG223W-BK gestoßen. Preislich ist der schon an der oberen Schmerzgrenze, viel mehr möchte ich auf keinen Fall ausgeben, so daß mir die wirklich professionellen Eizo-Monitore verschlossen bleiben müssen. Meine Frage an die Monitor-Experten unter Euch ist, ob ich mit dem CG223W-BK viel falsch machen kann? Auch unter dem Blickwinkel, daß der Vorgänger ja wirklich kein Bildbearbeitungsgerät war, aber für meine Ansprüche völlig gereicht hat. Über Tips etc. würde ich mich sehr freuen (selbstverständlich auch, wenn sie sich auf noch preisgünstigere Alternativen beziehen)! Herzlichen Dank im voraus und viele Grüße Michael
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