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Notebook lcd calibration

 
psxindo
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Jan 08, 2008 13:28 |  #1

I just got a vaio notebook for christmas. I've installed both cs3 and lightroom. I can't find adobe gamma. I've heard that vista and adobe gamma is not compatible.

What is the cheapest and best way to calibrate a laptop/notebook lcd screen?
I'm quite confuse on what to get.
there are 3 sypder2:
1. Spyder2Pro Color Calibration System
2. Spyder2express Color Calibration System
3. Spyder2 Suite Color Calibration System
and 2 pantone huey
1. HueyPRO Colorimeter Monitor Profile Solution
2. Huey Colorimeter Monitor Profile Solution

Which one of these 5 is best for laptop/notebook with windows vista?
there is a review that said huey is not compatible yet with vista.
Thanks


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Jan 08, 2008 13:36 |  #2

There is no Adobe Gamma with CS3 or Lightroom you have to use a calibration system, I found Spyder pro did the job just fine..


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Jan 08, 2008 13:51 |  #3

Spyder2 Pro here. diggin' it.


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Jan 08, 2008 13:54 |  #4

cosworth wrote in post #4659251 (external link)
Spyder2 Pro here. diggin' it.

even on a laptop? Huh. May need to look into this.


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