Big Pix wrote:I believe that the iMac 20 inch 2.66 has the better screen, some early 20 inch iMac's SCREENS were a bit of a worry.... the 24 inch iMac screen is fine..... more info here http://forums.mactalk.com.au/10/60545-u ... -imac.html
..... I travel now with a new macbook, the white one and cheapest and firewire, and find it fine. It is a lot better to work on than my old 12 inch Powerbook when on location..... also have 20 inch Apple screen which lives on my Power Mac but will work fine on the laptop if needed.
..... Must admit that I have taken the 24 inch iMac on location to process images, as I was in the same location for over 6 days and could set it up as a permanent setup. I travelled about 1200k on that trip with no bad effect on the iMac
Big Pix wrote:....... get a bigger annex.... we all know you want to take the iMac, 4 inch's is not that much
Ken182 wrote:I worked with a designer/developer in Adelaide for about 6 months and he used to drag his iMac into the office every day from home and take back there at night. He used the box and foam packing it came in and reinforced the box with Gaffa (is there anything Gaffa can't do).
As much as this was a half hour journey each way each day it had no ill effects on the iMac.
So a pelican could be overkill unless you are going serious off road or something like that.
Dug wrote:Dust would be the main reason for the pelican case that and the packing reduces the worst of the vibrations. Always handy to have one about they are also quite secure if they are locked and chained in place.
Ken182 wrote:Dug wrote:Dust would be the main reason for the pelican case that and the packing reduces the worst of the vibrations. Always handy to have one about they are also quite secure if they are locked and chained in place.
yep, can't argue with that, its also a good place to hide the bodies of those who may try to nick you camera or iMac.
LOZ wrote:Just get a good laptop !!!
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