best monitor (profiling)

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by nobody nowhere, Nov 8, 2003.

  1. Not completely happy with adobe gamma profiling. I know I could purchase
    profiling hardware/programs. However, I understand that some monitors
    already come with adequate (am I right?) profiling hardware, eg. Sony
    Artisan. Yet some time ago, somebody said in this NG that the Sony
    Artisan is no longer made to the old standards, and that they are now
    using cheap components. Any recommendations for a similar monitor? Or
    any further comments on the Artisan? Thanks in advance.

    nobody nowhere, Nov 8, 2003
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  2. nobody nowhere

    jjs Guest

    Well, I think all monitors have to be synchronized with the particular
    imaging software. You can't really get around it.

    BUT that said, here's a good monitor:
    jjs, Nov 8, 2003
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  3. What shall I do? Shall I invest in a ColorVision Monitor Spider Master
    Suite Spectro, which seems to calibrate both the monitor and the
    printer, and, something which appeals to me greatly, claims ease of use
    (us dollars 900); or purchase a self-calibration monitor (significantly
    more money, and no calibration of printers)? Thanks in advance for your

    nobody nowhere, Nov 8, 2003
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    Pood Guest

    Even the best high-end monitors change characteristics and need to be
    re-calibrated at regular intervals to maintain color accuracy.
    Pood, Dec 13, 2003
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