Just to avoid possible confusion need to mention that there are reflective
colorimeters and only emisive spectrometers also. But not in our case
пн, 9 лип. 2018, 16:28 користувач Paul Langmead <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
As Ivan has pointed out, you need a spectrophotometer to profile printers,
a colorimeter will not work as it is designed for transmissive sources.
The Colourmunki is perhaps the most affordable spectrophotometer, but if
software licensing is not an issue (as it isn't with Argyll CMS) you can do
what I did and simply buy a used Eye1 Pro. In Germany one can be bought for
less than €200 and will also provide more accurate display calibration.
Greetings from Berlin
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On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 at 14:58, Ivan Tsyba <ivantsyba@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This device don't have a light source to measure reflective colors
(prints, surfaces etc):
пн, 9 лип. 2018 о 15:34 mattia tiberi <tiberimattia@xxxxxxxxxxx> пише:
Hello dear Argyllcms team,
I've recently bought the colorimeter "EIZO EX3" (detected as "DataColor
Spyder 5" by argyllcms). Unfortunately I didn't fully understand that this
kind of device is only proper for display calibration and not for printer
Is there a way to read patches (one by one) and thus for printer
profiling with this device?
Many thanks in advance.
Greetings from Munich,