Need video on how to swap out printed circuit board for this model, in order to recover data. As raw files become the common currency of high-end photographry a widening array of tools is arriving to help photographers get the most from them.
In the past two years I myself have purchased a Chromebook and a laptop with limited storage, geared toward cloud utilization. The Grip Pack does not come standard with the My Passport Ultra, but can be bundled with it for an additional fee. This is Nest's 3rd gen learning thermostat which is slimmer and has an easy to read display. As convenient as the cloud is, there are times when a more traditional storage solution is required. I've not reviewed Nest's previous thermostats, so I'm looking forward to seeing how it compares to the Venstar thermostat that I've been using for the last four years. But recently I've added a new tool to my tweakers arsenal--Colorchecker Passport from X-Rite.
In my case, I’ve been considering purchasing a portable hard drive to store all my family photos and videos.
I had been storing them on the cloud, but there are times when I want immediate access and some of the larger files take time to download.

With that in mind, I jumped at the opportunity to review the Western Digital My Passport Ultra. They include a mini version of the famous Colorchecker target which can be used for profile generation. It also includes a proprietary target which can be used for image enhancement with the included software and a small digital gray card.I was primarily interested in the Raw profile creation features so I focuses my evaluation primarily on the Colorchecker target. It is only a few inches high and needs to be at least 10% of the area of your image for best results in profile generation, so it isn't really designed to be stuck off in the corner of a production image.
Instead it assumes you can capture a test shot under the same lighting as your production shots. You then use the included software (either stand alone or as a Lightroom plug-in) to create an Adobe-specific (aka DNG) profile to use with that set of images. Unlike traditional ICC profiles, DNG profiles are applied in the Camera tab of the Camera Raw plug-in.
These profiles are designed to map from the image as captured by the sensor into Camera Raw's own color space. Camera Raw (or Lightroom) then translates the image into a more traditional colorspace such as Adobe RGB, sRGB, or Pro Photo RGB.In principle you could generate generic profiles for your camera but I personally don't see how those profiles will work any better than the carefully constructed ones which already ship with Adobe's products--and Camera Raw is smart enough to use the results from several different lighting conditions when it renders your image while if you use your own profile you'll be locked into one.
So as a practical matter your profile will be specific to a particular lighting condition.As a result the profile generation capability seems best suited for those who shoot frequently in a controlled lighting situation--or those with an extended commercial, fashion or event shoot under unchanging conditions.

For those uses the product provides a straightforward way of generating the ultimate tweak for your raw images. One is rendered using the Adobe "Camera Standard" profile for my D700, the other using a profile generated from the same scene using Colorchecker Passport. You can take my word for it as the owner of the painting that the custom profile does indeed render the colors more accurately and cleanly.
So over the coming months I'll be doing more work with it and will post the results of my experiments.
Of course if you have experience with the Colorchecker Passport or other similar products, please do feel free to share them here or by posting in our Color forum. The one drawback would be that Western Digital cannot retrieve your password if you ever forget it.
As you can see in the photo above, transfer rates spiked in the very beginning before leveling out.
What the photo doesn’t show is that the transfer rate also plummeted to the teens the last few seconds of the transfer.

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