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adam_j
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« Reply #20 on: June 14, 2011, 05:20:59 AM »
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These are all cool options, I've been using photosmith for a while now and it's pretty cool.  Has some limitations that I don't like but it seems like the developers are working on those so it'll be good to see that program progress.  It's not the fastest either maybe the iPad 2 would speed things up more than I think but I'm going to hold off for the iPad 3/4 to see if I can get some real speed gains  Smiley
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« Reply #21 on: June 14, 2011, 06:19:27 AM »
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It's not the fastest either maybe the iPad 2 would speed things up more than I think but I'm going to hold off for the iPad 3/4 to see if I can get some real speed gains  Smiley

Don't know about Photosmith, but the latest version of PhotoRaw, which is iPad 2 optimized, is 2-3 times faster on the iPad 2. Not just because of the dual processor, but also because the iPad 2 has twice as much memory, which is really useful for raw conversions. The iPad 2 optimized version of PhotoRaw Lite, the free version, isn't out yet, but should be available round about the end of the week.

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« Reply #22 on: June 15, 2011, 09:00:44 AM »
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I use the iPad2 as a second monitor for my client. I shoot tethered H4D to my assistants iMac. We then sync the iPad so the client does not have to peer of the shoulder of my assist.

Works a treat
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