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Monitor calibration


Dugi34 14 917 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2008 8:48PM
advice needed regarding the above. I have read pages on the subject and I realise I need a calibration kit to sort it. I have looked at Norman korens site but i could not work out if i was making any difference using quick gamma software. There are many reveiws all extolling virtues of different kits. What I need is a nudge in a particular direction . Pantone or spyder. which one ? I use a single monitor, lcd , windows xp o.s., what other considerations do I need to think of. thanks in advance.
Doug
User_Removed 17 17.9k 8 Norway
12 Mar 2008 9:04PM
Take your pick Doug. At our 'level' they will all deliver the goods... Once the screen is calibrated, you can implement the excellent advice here to complete your colour-managed workflow.
SamLS 15 237 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2008 9:07PM
Hi DOug

Well I use the Eye-One by what used to be called GretagMacbeth (they've renamed or been taken over now).

Very easy to use and effective and their cust service is excellent....

But I've not used any other's so I can't comment on the relative qualities.

Sam
cameracat 17 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
12 Mar 2008 10:08PM
Spyder 2 works for me, And it's quite reasonable price wise, Although reviews say that Spyder 3 is slicker & works faster......Albiet it's dearer....!
justin c 17 5.1k 36 England
12 Mar 2008 10:12PM
I find the Eye One Display 2 does the job perfectly.

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