Originally Posted by NrGx
I'm not understanding your point. How exactly is owning this iMac a compromise? Seems like a perfect machine for a professional photographer does it not?
Can someone please confirm (and apologies if this has been posted already) whether the panel is IPS or TN? I suspect the latter given the price of IPS 4K panels at the moment.
Because it's an all in one. Less processing grunt, less expandability.
Say I take a Nikon D800 (36 MP) and shoot 10,000 photos for National Geographic. The images are shot in uncompressed RAW. Maybe 50-70MP+ a photo.
I want to batch process these, run some gradients through CS6 and Lightroom. At the same time, I want to take the 5K panoramic Video i shot on my RED and transcode that a multitude of different formats.
Can you do all this on an Imac?
I'd rather do it on Mac Pro, running dual Sharp PN-K321's (10 Bit Color Correct IGZO Panels).
Panel is IPS, Apple doesn't do TN.