Spyder3Elite Review

March 10, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 2 Comments |

Spyder3The Spyder3Elite is the top-of-the-range product in Datacolor’s new line-up of display calibration devices. You need to calibrate your monitor to ensure that the colours you see on your screen are the colours seen on someone else’s screen, or on the paper when you print. The Spyder3 Elite uses a 7 colour detector engine and a larger light aperture to improve performance and colour accuracy over both the previous Spyder2 and competing brands. It also features an Ambient Light Control which will automatically measure the light in a room at regular intervals. Jon Canfield recalibrates his entire studio to find out if the Spyder3Elite delivers on its promises…

Website: Spyder3Elite Review



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#1 Sueo Sasaki

Hello Editor,

I read whole your review on the SP3Elite and am interesting to translate it into Japanese and have visitor read in our website above. We are authorized distributor of Datacolor in Japan. Color management has been becoming popular in Japan as we had more than 100,000 people in the Photo Imaging Expor 2008 show held last week in Tokyo, and we generated several thousand of leads. I will of course add your credit if we can be authorized to translate your review and put on our website.

Thx very much!
Sueo Sasaki/Solution Systems, Inc. Tokyo Japan

7:00 am - Tuesday, March 25, 2008

#2 Mark Goldstein

Hi Sueo,

I've sent you an email about this.

1:42 pm - Tuesday, March 25, 2008