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    X-Rite ColorMunki Photo + SpectraView II software on my Nec (not SpectraView).
    Agryll CMS + dispcalGUI on others.

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    Depends on Hardware used

    Mostly Profile-Xpert by Barbieri with eye-one display 2. On some computers i use i1 by Gretag with i1 Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolliainen View Post
    I use a spyder 4 with the pro software (I think the hardware is the same for pro vs. elite, just the software changes), but the real problem is my photo lab. Their colours are seriously off, and now I need to decide if I should change my lab or manually calibrate the monitor to fit the lab...
    Some (older) lab machines cannot be calibrated to match standard ICC profiles and from my experience they just set up the colors to satisfy average needs - oversaturated colors as an example. When looking for wet process lab, Fuji Frontier / FDi is good choice and if properly maintained they are calibrated to sRGB ICC profile.

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    For all monitor - i1profiler
    specialy for NEC (not for all model) - SpectraView II software

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    i1Display Pro

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    Spectraview is my favorite so far. I use a PC with a pretty sensitive screen so I've had to purchase multiple monitors to get the best colors but I double check most colors with Spectraview.

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    SpectraView, because of the hardware, and earlier basICColor display.

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