That's an iMac, not an iMac Pro. The Pro does not have a door, nor user-accessible memory slots. It requires disassembling the system.
I was wrong about soldering, but after searching for information on the system under discussion, there's lots of information, and yes, YT videos that show you the procedure. The slots are buried in the chassis.
But the above video is not relevant. to an iMac Pro.
I have that door, although shut, and taken at dusk. And the wreath was in a different spot.
garyrhook wrote: Google it. There are companies out there that will do the work, but of course it voids the warranty. Get what you need up front, or plan on buying a new device in the not-too-distant future.
Where? I did a search for my answer first before posting this. As I recall, someone was asking about an Macbook Pro, which I knew already. This question is regarding an iMac Pro.
Anyway, thank you.
Eric A wrote: 1000% it can, and there are a number of videos on YouTube to show how easy it can be done.
I think that forcing a decision based upon what you already own is a Bad Idea.
If you haven't gone back to the store to reassess, you might consider that.
You might also consider asking about the reasons for her hesitation. It will help you better understand her as a person.
Are you in a hurry? Is there some reason the decision (looks as if it) has a deadline?
Having started down this road, making a choice now would be a mistake, IMNSHO. Let her take the lead, and suffer the consequences of indecision. I.e. let her own this.
Per the above:
Some cameras obviously enable this feature. Most existing products do not. And for NIkon, who rarely puts out firmware updates (at least, until the Z came along) there's no point to being able to do so.
I'm sure the ability will get built into camera software, but it has very little value IMO to most people.
It's a NAS, and yes, if you value your data, you need to talk to Synology. Not people on a forum.
That said, after looking at the Synology site (hint, hint) you might look at whether you have snapshots that can be deleted. And this page says they support drives up to 16TB in size in the DS918+, but it's not clear that's what you have.
You can look at PassMark results to better understand how integrated graphics compares to discrete devices.
My new laptop has an Nvidia card in it, specifically for GPU-based computation.
If that's a "Intel UHD P630", then it doesn't look good, compared to the 5500M:
And more memory is always better.
Get the new one, IMNSHO.
No, they are not a substitute. They add choices/options/possibilities, but it's not the same thing.
And FWIW, the angle of view is not fixed. The overall geometry depends upon the sensor size and focal length. That's why the value changes when you put the same lens on two different bodies.
CatherineW wrote: My Macbook can't, which sucks. Can the iMac Pro memory be upgraded after the purchase?
Conner wrote: I was on a Zoom call earlier with some other photographers and one guy brought up film cameras, talking about how they were more sensitive than DSLR and mirrorless cameras. So why is that?
Experimenting with a seed head, macro lens, and tubes. Still looking for just the right take...