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But the Spectrocam does not do as good a job at calibrating you monitor as the Spyder. We first got a Spectrocam, and then decided we needed to Spyder as well.....And are still happy with that decision. Harvey Ferdschneider partner, SKID Photography, NYC Tom Paul wrote: > Spyder is used to calibrate your monitor and that's it. > > Spectrocam has several functions. You can use it to calibrate your monitor, > measure color and densities of printed materials, measure color temperature, > and as a spectrophotometer to measure color patches for building printer > profiles. > > > Have followed this thread with interest because I am coming to the > conclusion > > that I definitely need to get a monitor calibrating device. Had gotten > into > > the Profiler and Dr Pro software some time ago when it was still "Horses" > so > > have an understanding of what that is all about. Now in doing my homework > I > > find that I don't quite understand the difference between the Spyder and > the > > Spectrocam. Are they the same thing? > > Thanks, > > Donna > > > > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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