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DataColor Spyder4 Range Announced

DataColor Spyder4 Range Announced - You can now purchase DataColor's new Spyder4 Range.

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Display Devices

Spyder4 Pro

DataColor have today announced the launch and immediate availability of the Spyder4 range. The new range of monitor calibration solutions consists of the Spyder4Express (basic functionality), Spyder4Pro (more control) and Spyder4Elite (professional capability). All the devices can colour calibrate monitors, laptops, projectors, TVs, iPads and even iPhones.

Spyder4 combines an easy-to-use interface with advanced levels of brightness and colour control. All 3 devices in the range benefit from DataColor’s patented 7-colour sensor which improves on the traditional 3-channel RGB sensors found on other devices, providing a more accurate, reliable calibration.

Spyder4 at a glance

is ideal for those that want more control over colour management, offering ambient light measurement and the ability to calibrate multiple displays.

Spyder4Elite offers the highest level of functionality. In addition to the Spyder4Pro’s feature set, it can also be used to calibrate projectors. Developed for professional photographers, videographers and others who must match colours precisely, the Spyder4Elite provides the tools to manage multiple displays and calibrate them using a full set of gamma and non-gamma tone response curves to create custom workflow settings. The user can even define a custom calibration. The Spyder4 Elite includes the L-Star workflow and supports the video standards Cineon, NTSC, PAL and HDTV.

Pricing and Availability

The Spyder4Express is priced at £99.99, Spyder4Pro is £129.99, and Spyder4Elite is £179.99. All prices are inclusive of VAT.

Visit DataColor for more information.

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hollkj Plus
13 215 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 5:15PM
Anyone know how this differs from the V3 devices ?

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User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
5 Jan 2012 7:25PM
As far as I can see... more 'tweaks' that - to the average eye - won't make blind bit of difference (Wink)

This industry is no different from the camera manufacturers and all the other ancillary markets - there are people who will always belive that... unless you are using 'this' or 'that' brand then your image is c**p.

God bless 'em.

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