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Alexander Svet

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Tangent Element with Capture One Pro 10 Review
« on: February 15, 2017, 11:28:19 AM »

Hello, everyone!

Recently, Iíve got a chance to test a full Tangent Element Kit with Capture One Pro 10.
I've recorded a short video review - https://youtu.be/6Pu0q_HE3XU
And here is the full review - http://captureoneblog.com/tangent-element-with-capture-one-pro-10-review/

If you have any questions regarding Tangent and Capture One, feel free to ask here  :)
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Re: Tangent Element with Capture One Pro 10 Review
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2017, 12:25:19 PM »

Hello, everyone!

Recently, Iíve got a chance to test a full Tangent Element Kit with Capture One Pro 10.
I've recorded a short video review - https://youtu.be/6Pu0q_HE3XU
And here is the full review - http://captureoneblog.com/tangent-element-with-capture-one-pro-10-review/

If you have any questions regarding Tangent and Capture One, feel free to ask here  :)

Hi Alexander,
It's a really nice review, but I think that one important aspect is missing. Using Tangent devices has a huge advantage over any traditional input device (keyboard/mouse/graphic tablet), it lets the user change multiple parameters synchronously, for example adjusting exposure and contrast at the same time by using two knobs. I think it can speed up the image editing by some margin.

Cheers,
Tamas
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Re: Tangent Element with Capture One Pro 10 Review
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2017, 03:45:57 AM »

Hi Alexander,
It's a really nice review, but I think that one important aspect is missing. Using Tangent devices has a huge advantage over any traditional input device (keyboard/mouse/graphic tablet), it lets the user change multiple parameters synchronously, for example adjusting exposure and contrast at the same time by using two knobs. I think it can speed up the image editing by some margin.

Cheers,
Tamas


Hi Tamas,

Thank you! I agree with you, but, unfortunately, I had not much time to test the panels. It requires more experience with panels to work with two knobs simultaneously :)
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