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PhotographyBlog reviews Wacom Intuos3 A4 tablet
Dennis Hissink : June 16th 2005 - 12:00 CET
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PhotographyBlogPhotographyBlog reviews Wacom Intuos3 A4 tablet : Our friend Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBlog has reviewed the Wacom Intuos3 A4 tablet. The Wacom range of Intuos3 products was introduced in September 2004 and aimed at digital media professionals and high-level prosumers. Ideal for digital photographers, graphic design professionals in 2D/3D, industrial designers and audio and video editors, Intuos3 offers a more precise way of working due to the 5,080dpi resolution, which has doubled from Intuos2. Also provided are 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity in both the pen tip and eraser of the Intuos3 Pen and Airbrush. Each tablet is able to recognize the tilt angle of a Grip Pen and Airbrush of up to 60 degree.
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According to Mark Goldstein: "Before reviewing the Wacom Intuos3, I'd never used any kind of pen tablet product before, instead persevering with the trusty keyboard and mouse combination. I've since discovered that a pen tablet is very much like a monitor calibration device, you don't actually need to use it, and you may avoid using one for a long time, but when you do actually try one, it will revolutionize the way that you work, and you won't want to go back to the old days."

Review Wacom Intuos3 A4 - PhotographyBlog conclusion
"Neat touches like the tablet keys and touch strip ensure that the Intuos3 a joy to use, making tasks that are frustrating to do with a conventional keyboard and mouse much more intuitive. The only aspect of the overall package that I didn't find so useful was the mouse - I continued to use my current mouse along with the tablet and pen and left the Wacom mouse in the box.", says Mark, owner/editor of PhotographyBlog. "..the whole concept of a pen tablet and the Wacom Intuos3 itself are a breath of fresh air, and well worth a place in every photographer's digital darkroom." You want to learn more about the Wacom Intuos3 A4 pen tablet? Click on the link below this article!

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