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#1 BurBunny

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 11:52 AM

Since the enlargement thread is in imminent danger of hijacking, thought I'd start this thread instead of being tempted to add onto the calibration discussion beginning there.

Have had and used SpyderPRO for several years and been happy. However, with the prices where they are on the Spyder2 products, is there anything I'd get by upgrading to one of the Spyder2 options?

I have a 17" LCD and 15" laptop monitor to calibrate, however I don't use them together when editing, so they don't have to be calibrated to one another. I don't mind switching back and forth between profiles when I switch screens.

Edited by BurBunny, 13 November 2007 - 11:53 AM.

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Posted 08 January 2008 - 12:30 PM

Since the enlargement thread is in imminent danger of hijacking, thought I'd start this thread instead of being tempted to add onto the calibration discussion beginning there.

Have had and used SpyderPRO for several years and been happy. However, with the prices where they are on the Spyder2 products, is there anything I'd get by upgrading to one of the Spyder2 options?

I have a 17" LCD and 15" laptop monitor to calibrate, however I don't use them together when editing, so they don't have to be calibrated to one another. I don't mind switching back and forth between profiles when I switch screens.


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