Monitor calibration..how?


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Blu-By-U

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Blu's lappie and destop monitor really is in need of calibration. And blu really don't know how to get an accurate/ acceptable setting. Anyone tried this Spyder Any comments or other alternative or suggestions?

If this is a repeat of another similar thread, please direct or post link...thank you.

P.S. dear moderator, if this is posted in the wrong section please move it. thank you.
 

ioriroger

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i think can fix that with adobe gamma come with photoshop cs2. correct me if im wrong:)
 

VR Man

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i think can fix that with adobe gamma come with photoshop cs2. correct me if im wrong:)
Adobe gamma is the best choice when you don't have any color profiling device.

Otherwise, it is better to get something like the xrite or the eyeone display 2 for better control and accurate profiling.
 

microcosm

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Adobe gamma is the best choice when you don't have any color profiling device.

Otherwise, it is better to get something like the xrite or the eyeone display 2 for better control and accurate profiling.
Eyeone Display 2? Good or not ah?
 

Blu-By-U

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Blu don't want to use software. Blu do not really have a keen eye for colors. (old lah and a bit color blind)

So far there is
1) Spyder
2) Xrite
3) Eyeone Display 2

anymore? think the spyder and Xrite have other models.. any comments? and what's their prices?

Thanks
 

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