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| p.1 #3 · p.1 #3 · Monitor calibration Spyder 4 vs ColorMunki vs i1display pro vs old Huey |
IMHO buy a calibration tool first (datacolor Spider is the most economical I think) as better to have an old calibrated monitor than a new non calibrated; the pre-calibrated and the self-calibrating variety tend to be the more expensive quality monitors so a calibration tool invariably comes as the cheapest option. Not to mention that monitors tend to drift with time and have to be recalibrated at intervals , hence a factory pre-calibrated monitor solves nothing in the long term.
Btw, I have an old Spider (2Pro), which was part of the print suite. Never had problems, both the printer and the monitor profiler worked flawlessly, and whenever I had a question Datacolor support was always quick to respond.
Hope this helps.