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Monitor Upgrade

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by rpstewart, 4 Jun 2006.

  1. rpstewart

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    Well, I've gone and gotten myself a pair of those new fangled see through TFT monitors ;) If only Dell could do me a set of clear plastic stands I'd be laughing.

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  2. Joe T

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    So, who's been playing with photoshop? :p
     
  3. rpstewart

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    Not me guv, honest. That's how they look...
     
  4. Johnny|lucidcomposure

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    MINT! :D
     
  5. RandomTom

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    I got one of those a couple of years ago, mine wasn't very good though:

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  6. Richard T

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    was it hard to do??
     
  7. RandomTom

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    when i did mine i just moved the monitor off the desk and took a photo of what i could see behind it and insanely they pretty much lined up first time with no cropping of the photo! :D
     
  8. rpstewart

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    I wasn't quite so lucky, had to to a bit of jiffling to get the stands lined up. I could see a single panel being a bit easier to cope, I had a terrible time trying to get things lined up on both.
     
  9. Awesome

    Gangster

    Joined: 25 Jul 2003

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    Location: Ireland

    Peter,

    Are those the 24 inch widescreen that OCUK sell ? IF so how do you rate them? A quick review would be nice from a photographers point of view of course. I'm in the market for a new monitor.

    Kieran