FSI monitors for photograpy?
by Adam Rainer on May 10, 2012 at 1:26:00 pm
I'm wondering if the 10 bit FSI monitors are the right tool for the job for color correcting photos in photoshop?
I know many people are using Eizo monitors, but I am wondering if the FSI is equal to or better for this task. I guess it would have to be connected directly to a Quadro 4000 card for photo shop, and re-connected to a BM card for video...
Re: FSI monitors for photograpy? by Bram Desmet on May 10, 2012 at 1:42:28 pm
As much I hate to discourage people from buying our products I think this would be a good example of overkill for the task at hand. Also, you are also going to be limited to getting 10 bit to the monitor via the SDI inputs only, not DVI which will be limited to 8 bit. Our monitors are purpose built for professional broadcast video monitoring, we do have people that use them for other tasks, but they are not built for this purpose and therefore it stands to reason that other products may be more suitable for this type of work.