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[filmscanners] Re: CRTs vs LCDs (was: Re: Video card for imaging)




--- Julian Vrieslander <julianv@mindspring.com> wrote:
> Here's another advantage for the Sony.  Our cat, Jasper, likes to sit
> on
> top of it, warming his buns and supervising my work.  The ASD is too
> thin
> for even a small kitten to perch on.  Fortunately Jasper is color
> neutral
> (he's a standard 18% gray cat), so his presence does not distort my
> color
> judgments.

ROTFLOL!! Seriously, I didn't expect such a long and detailed response.
Thanks. It seems like some(!) of the latest and more expensive LCDs
indeed can be used for color critical work. There is one problem I
usualy have with test reports, though. Just from words it is hard to
judge how critical a test person really is (and that is not meant in a
negative way). In other words for one test person a certain
monitor/lens/etc can be very color neutral and sharp and another test
person would say it's unaccaptable bad.

Rob

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