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Dylan777:
hi guys,
I'm looking for a tool to calibrate my LG monitor -model E2342. What would you suggest?

I'm thinking about Spyder4elite:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/838845-REG/Datacolor_S4EL100_Spyder4Elite_Software.html

Thanks
Dylan

wickidwombat:
I got a colormunki

http://www.colormunki.com/

scottkinfw:
I have the Spyder4elite, and works very well.  I also have an iMac, and neither of them works well on it because the monitor can't be dimmed enough.  This affects final output.  I contacted both companies, and they are aware of the problem, no no fix is forthcoming :(


--- Quote from: Dylan777 on June 20, 2012, 08:53:41 PM ---hi guys,
I'm looking for a tool to calibrate my LG monitor -model E2342. What would you suggest?

I'm thinking about Spyder4elite:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/838845-REG/Datacolor_S4EL100_Spyder4Elite_Software.html

Thanks
Dylan

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gmrza:

--- Quote from: scottkinfw on June 20, 2012, 10:55:45 PM ---I have the Spyder4elite, and works very well.  I also have an iMac, and neither of them works well on it because the monitor can't be dimmed enough.  This affects final output.  I contacted both companies, and they are aware of the problem, no no fix is forthcoming :(


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Do you have any view on the relative improvement from the Spyder3 to the Spyder4?  I guess the question is whether it is worth upgrading.

Orion:
I have colormunki photo (xrite), which can do the monitor, printer, and projector. . .

If you have a TOTL monitor, then it may already have a calibrator, as do the totl printers. . . . otherwise colormunki is more than enough, and then some.

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