After reading numerous articles on monitor color calibration I am beginning to wonder if my eyes are playing tricks on me, or is it my monitors? In either case I would like to know that what I'm about to print, is going to look like it's supposed to. It sounds like the "Color Munki" is one such device that can solve that problem but there are others. I have found a number of products surfing around the Internet and they all seem to be priced for a business or professional printer/photographer. Anything out there for the amateur photographer that does an acceptable job, and is reasonably priced? I must also mention, that I am running the Vista OS, so compatibility could be an issue...
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#3. "RE: COLOR MUNKI -DO I NEED ONE??" | In response to Reply # 0BJNicholls Charter MemberWed 11-Jun-08 06:11 PM
Colormunki is overkill if you just need display calibration. The Colormunki product does display profiling, but also does printer profiles, digital projector profiles, and color swatch sampling.
The best display profiling only system is the i1 display 2 (also by Xrite). The Huey Pro is Xrite's cheapest decent display profiler with a couple of key features that the Huey lacks like user defined whitepoint and gamma.