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Re: Spectrocam



A manly reply Mr Fletcher and as a result I feel my self somewhat
overstimulated.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Fletcher Manley" <fletch@ncia.net>
To: <epson-inkjet@leben.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 10:32 PM
Subject: Re: Spectrocam


> on 6/5/02 3:49 AM, dickbo at dickbo@btopenworld.com wrote:
>
>
> > I would be most intrested in hearing from anyone on this list who is
using
> > this function on the Spectrocam with particular reference to it's A:
> > Calibration procedure and it's B: Consistency.
> >
> > Thank you
> >
> > Richard Corbett - gentleman...well most of the time anyway.
> >
> >
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> I have been using a Spectrocam for over a year now and have found it very
> reliable and dependable. I have no esperience with Gretag's unit of
similiar
> design, so unable to make any comparisons there. I purchased the
Spe4ctrocam
> because I already had the profiling software (Colorblind Matchbox+) and
had
> been making measurements wityh the ColorMouse 2 colorimiter. The
ColorMouse
> is also a very good measuring deviced but slow and tedious compared with
the
> Spectrocam. Furthermore, a colorimiter and a spectro are functionally
> different in their measuring capabilities. I am finding the spectro much
> more useful with a wider range of applications.
> For instance, I am able to measure the white point of my viewing booth,
and
> the ambient light as well. Teamed up with Profile City's ICC Display
> software I am getting excellent monitor profiles, better than with three
> other monitor profiling systems that I have used.  ICC Display and the
> Spectro work equally well with flat panel displays and CRT's.
> A little practice is required at first in order to get consistent results
> from dragging the Spectro across rows of color patches when making profile
> measurements. There is room for improvement here, I believe, but I have
> learned to work with it and can whip through 700+ color patches fairly
> quickly.  I understand that the Gretag unit functions is much the same way
> and share a few of the same ideosyncracies.
> hope this helps - Fletcher Manley
>                     fletch@ncia.net
>
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