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


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  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: CRTs vs LCDs (was: Re: Video card for imaging)
  • From: "Julian Vrieslander" <julianv@mindspring.com>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 04:05:43 -0500
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On 1/17/02 1:34 AM, Robert Meier <robert_meier_photo@yahoo.com>, wrote:

>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.

Absolutely true.  Your requirements may be very different from mine.

BTW, the February 2002 issue of MacWorld has a comparison review of 37
LCD and CRT monitors, including the Sony and Apple models described in my
previous note.  You might also be interested in reading Bruce Fraser's
article "The Color Challenge" in the June 2001 issue of MW.  In that
article he tried some very high end LCD and CRT monitors, and commented
on their strengths and weaknesses for use in a professional shop.  Of
course, Bruce's tests were probably done a year ago, and since then the
products may have undergone revisions or been superceded by new models.

--
Julian Vrieslander <mailto:julianv@mindspring.com>

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