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    Question LCD vs CRT

    A chk with u guys...especially those on S330.

    Do u find your shots brighter when viewed on the DC LCD screen but later appear darker when transferred to comp viewing thru' a CRT monitor?

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    Default Re: LCD vs CRT

    Originally posted by Zeke
    A chk with u guys...especially those on S330.

    Do u find your shots brighter when viewed on the DC LCD screen but later appear darker when transferred to comp viewing thru' a CRT monitor?

    Regards,
    Zeke
    99% of the digital cameras behave this way. The LCD is way too bright.

    Regards
    CK

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    Default Re: Re: LCD vs CRT

    Originally posted by ckiang


    99% of the digital cameras behave this way. The LCD is way too bright.

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    Tks CK for your prompt reply.

    So in a way, never trust the LCD i suppose....cos my shot looks good on LCD but later on appears darker and hv to do the contrast/brightness on the shots taken, Kinda troublesome...

    Any suggestions or methods u apply to ur shots w/o going thru adjusting?

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    Default Re: Re: Re: LCD vs CRT

    Originally posted by Zeke


    Tks CK for your prompt reply.

    So in a way, never trust the LCD i suppose....cos my shot looks good on LCD but later on appears darker and hv to do the contrast/brightness on the shots taken, Kinda troublesome...

    Any suggestions or methods u apply to ur shots w/o going thru adjusting?
    Also ensure that your monitor is calibrated properly. At the very least, use the Adobe Gamma utility which came with Photoshop to do the adjustments.


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    Default Re: LCD vs CRT

    Originally posted by ckiang


    Also ensure that your monitor is calibrated properly. At the very least, use the Adobe Gamma utility which came with Photoshop to do the adjustments.


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    CK
    Alrite. Tks

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