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Slightly OT - Recommendations for iMac display calibration

NicholasG

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#1
I need to calibrate the display of my new iMac. In the past I've used a Spyder3Elite, but the software does not work under MacOS 10.13 :(

The choices I could find are the Spyder5PRO, Spyder5ELITE, Spyder5EXPRESS, X-Rite i1Display Pro and X-Rite ColorMunki Display.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thanks and regards,
Nicholas.
 
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#2
Color Munki will do the job, but the i1Display Pro will do a much better one (it's the one I use). If you print, make sure you get the right profile for each paper-and-ink combination, because you'll waste a lot less paper and ink trying to get a decent print.
 

Paul McFarlane

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#4
I've used the i1Display Pro for some time, works fine with High Sierra
 
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