hey, as I remember my i1 just rubbbed on the paper, ruler or no ruler, and
some consultants just used a schoolkids plastic ruler. I think this is a
case where going off list and just using that hardware is preferable to
discussions about how accurate an i1 is going to be on a random ruler;
people who have those issues can probably shell out $350. And btw the
Colormunki software from Xrite makes decent profiles without a ruler -
although of course we shouldn't praise proprietary software :)
On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 6:43 PM, Lars-Daniel Weber <Lars-Daniel.Weber@xxxxxx
"setting the device directly on the sample" :)
isn't there some kind of ultra-transparent foil to put over the sample to
protect device and sample?
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. Dezember 2017 um 18:07 Uhrwrote:
Von: "Ben Goren" <ben@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Betreff: [argyllcms] Re: DTP41 - is it useful?
On Dec 20, 2017, at 9:51 AM, Lars-Daniel Weber <Lars-Daniel.Weber@xxxxxx>
ruler or doohickey directly on the target?
So I could get good results even when pointing the device without a
aiming it in the general direction," then, no. But if you mean, "setting
If by, "pointing," you mean, "hand-holding it above the surface and
the device directly on the sample," then, yes. But is the device going to
damage the sample? Is the sample going to leave gunk behind on the device?
You'd be surprised at how often those are real-world problems, even when
using the ruler or the doohickey.