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Colour Calibration


Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#2
I've got a spyder 3 elite (the one before the 4 :)), it's fine, if a bit time consuming. But don't bother with the express versions as they're very limited.
 

Jordan

Active Member
#4
I have been looking at the x-rite eye one display 2 pro, spoilt for choice really! I have seen a few for around £100 what I am seeing this seems to be reasonable.
 
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Tony Hardy

Guest
#5
I haven't got one of these. I'm a bit lost to what that bit of hardware actually is?
 
#6
They calibrate your monitor so it reproduces the colours accuratel so what you are seeing on screen is what get back from the printers. They normally just plug in a usb and you run them every few weeks.
If you don't have one then I would recommend getting one.
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#7
basically it's a sensor that sees how accurate the screen is and then using software allows you to adjust it