Rishi Sanyal wrote:
Exactly. So why they market their new colorimeters, that don't include a spectrophotometer in the packages, as items that "ensure unrivaled color accuracy and consistency now and in the future" is unclear to me. Looks like pure overzealous marketing hype to me. You could say the same thing about colorimeters already on the market now. With a spectrophotometer, even they can (somewhat) accurately profile wide-gamut displays (in my experience anyway).
I don't agree with you. Producing a colorimetric instrument that includes it's individual spectral characterisation seems like a worthwhile advance to me, with tangible benefits. Graeme Gill.