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Old Jun 22, 2006, 9:02 PM   #31
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Has anyone heard of or used or know anyone that uses the SmartDisK FlashTrax? Someone mentioned it to me the other day and I googled it and it seems okay - there are some cheap ones on ebay. Just thought I'd ask here in case anyone had any experience with it!
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Old Jun 22, 2006, 9:04 PM   #32
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Try here for items under US$200 with screen, thought they don't view RAW files.

The hard drives are replaceable, so you can buy the base model without the hard drive and pick up a secondhand lap top hard drive cheap and stick it in.

http://www.exeltek.com.au/secure/cat...c98ab4574426e4
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On the principle of digital editing, my thought are that ifI was still shooting in film and doing my own developing and printing, I would be cropping, and adjusting for brightness, and for color, in that process. It isn't an option. When you are working in a darkroom, that is what you do. There is no "one exposure fits all" developing machine. Even when you send film off to a lab there are adjustments (often unwanted)made to the end product. You'll never see prints made without some level of correction. Why should your digital images be any different. Pointing the cameraand pushing the button is only half the equation.


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On the principle of digital editing, my thought are that ifI was still shooting in film and doing my own developing and printing, I would be cropping, and adjusting for brightness, and for color, in that process. It isn't an option. When you are working in a darkroom, that is what you do. There is no "one exposure fits all" developing machine. Even when you send film off to a lab there are adjustments (often unwanted)made to the end product. You'll never see prints made without some level of correction. Why should your digital images be any different. Pointing the cameraand pushing the button is only half the equation.

thank you very much. you forgot contrast in the darkroom tho.. as i've said, as soon as you press the shutter button, you've altered the image..through(see, i can spell it) in camera manipulation. welcome to the board..

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