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Datacolor SpyderX

If you're a serious photographer who likes to manipulate your images on a computer before printing them or sharing them online, then it's essential to be sure that your monitor is displaying colours accurately. There's little point in getting your photos looking perfect on your own screen if they're going to appear completely different to everyone else. This means calibrating your monitor to reproduce colours in as standardised a fashion as possible.

Datacolor is one of the two big names in colour

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