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Dual Monitor Calibration - Spyder 3 Pro or Elite?

 
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Apr 14, 2013 17:09 |  #16

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There is cheaper software? where?

I am struggling with this too... I was totally hit by surprise when my photos of my kids didnt print the way I saw them in photoshop. I have been fussing for weeks trying to figure out what to do. Spend MORE money on photography, another $230 program, or just never know what I am gonna get when I print.

Its such a racket that any photo WOULD print out differently. So now, here I go, to try and find a way to do this as cheap as I can because I am not a pro, just a mom.

find a used version of the calibrator? I think I paid ~$60 for Spyder 3 Elite a couple of month ago (after Spyder 4 was out). Works great!


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Apr 16, 2013 15:11 |  #17

You guys resurrected one old thread!!!


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Apr 25, 2013 12:27 |  #18

4g63photo wrote in post #15834718 (external link)
You guys resurrected one old thread!!!

Can still be a valid question though. Im still using my Spyder3Elite and I know many others out there as well. In fact I just calibrated my new three monitor setup with it and it worked perfectly!


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