Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by FusionZ06, Jun 25, 2009.
I have a huey pro, can't say it's the best though because it's all i've used
I use an Eye one display 2. Works quite well
Or the "i1 i0" if you do any sort of printer calibration. Creating your own print profiles FTMFW!!
(this is what I used to create the canvas profile I use, and I have compared it to a HUGE number of other systems - no contest.)
Well the best for the money
you said best.
i have the sypder3, which i like, the software is very easy to use and setup
I think I'll go with that one.
is that thing even useful if you have a shitty monitor? i'm assuming that on my $175 monitor, that would be a HUGE waste of money
i like my huey pro but its the only one i've used too
spyder 2 was crap, dunno about the 3
of course it'd be useful. overkill.. but useful
i would have more invested in making sure the color was correct than i had in my entire computer
and what is wrong with that
What good is an awesome computer, printer and camera if your color is completely fucked on your final product?
true, that's why i have a huey pro its a good budget model, just like every other aspect of my photography.
I also have the huey pro
I think Huey Pro is limited to one monitor though
Huey is limited
huey pro is multi monitor, hence teh reason I got it. Hardware is teh same, software is different
Well couldn't I just get the hardware for Huey and download the software
Huey Pro gets horrible reviews
from what i've read, the magenta issue is only if you leave it plugged in and turn on the dynamic lighting portion. it tries to recalibrate your monitor to the light in the room and fails. i've been pretty happy with mine, but i just use it once a month or so to calibrate my monitors and then i unplug it and throw it in my desk drawer.
no i believe its the same hardware but it has a different firmware or something. huey has a program you can run to convert it, but they only send it to you if you pay them for the upgrade.
Not the Pantone Huey basic.