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    Hi, Let me share my experience.
    I have 1one with i1Profiler, and Spyder3Elite.
    Also I have look-up device with light D50 (5000 K), so I can check the calibration, comparing with the reference picture.
    I calibrated the monitor one and other device, with the same settings.
    The result was approximately the same. In both cases, the reference image matches the monitor (under standard light), with a small difference. Should take into account, that Spyder3Elite has an aperture equal to 25 mm, against 4 mm 1one (aperture - diameter of the measuring sensor). So theoretically Spyder3Elite should have a more accurate measurement of the emission light.

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    using I1

    using an I1 pro or an I1 display.
    The new X-Rite software is great

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    I calibrate my customers monitors using an i1Pro, that's better than i1Display (spectrophotometer vs colorimeter).
    In case of hardware-calibrable monitors I use the software provided by the maker.
    In other cases, I use xrite i1Match.

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    use to use colornavigator with i& Pro for the eizo monitor only
    but the new i1profiler give even better result in shade that the eizo solution

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    i1Display Pro

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    i1 Pro and a i1D3 to check each other, since the i1Pro is somewhat 'weaker' on the low brightness side of calibration.

    Software used: NEC SpectraView2, NEC MultiProfiler (not really instrument-calibration...), i1Match, i1Profiler, BasICColor Display and dispcalGUI (Argyll). I like SV2 and i1Profiler the best to be honest...

    I use the same hardware too btw for TV calibration, CalMAN and HCFR.

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    i1 Pro worked great for me

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    eyeone pro is enough

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    i1pro as common device
    NEC SpectraView2 for NEC is just amazing)
    ProfileMaker for over monitors. results not so bad. usually do about 3 iterations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamant View Post
    i1pro as common device
    NEC SpectraView2 for NEC is just amazing)
    ProfileMaker for over monitors. results not so bad. usually do about 3 iterations.
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    I guess basICColor's monitor profiling soft is best from among unbranded ones - if you have a monitor that has branded soft that probably would be better choice

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    i1 is very useful tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by peopeo View Post
    what program you use to profile your monitor?
    What is the monitor? What model? Diffrent monitors, diffrents softwares. :)

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    Monaco software

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    Profile Maker - it's very good!

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