heheh...you might have a point there but I am thinking PLUS looking at it from a DTP artist stand point. When I say I set my monitor to 1024 x 768 it does not mean I convert my graphic or picture or photo to that 1024 x 768 resolution just to view it at that resolution. It is just the setting for my monitor....not my picture which is still at a much higher resolution ( like my D70 for example). My graphic image could be a poster that is like 8000 x 5000pixel for example but I am still using my monitor at 1024 x 768 to edit the graphic. Just that to edit it at image original size, that mean on my 17inche monitor it will be in zoom in mode. Because to get the image to adjust itself to FIT my screen size to see it, it is fine for viewing but not for graphic editing.Originally Posted by Wai
Thus there is no degradation of quality since viewing the picture is just about opening the file and the VGA card works in tandem with what brand/screen size monitor to show the picture but when I am finish viewing it, close the picture, it is still the same file and quality I have shot it.