LCD vs CRT


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Zeke

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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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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?

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

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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?
 

ckiang

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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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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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Alrite. Tks :)
 

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