By Paul Monckto
Published Feb. 15, 2012

The Spyder4Elite is a solution to a perennial problem. No two displays reproduce colour in exactly the same way. The way your colour images look on one monitor will therefore be somewhat different to how they appear on another.

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The Spyder4Elite itself consists of a small three-pointed USB sensor, bundled with some sophisticated control software. By displaying and measuring a full range of colours – and brightness levels from black through to full white – the Spyder4Elite is able to fully characterise the way your display reproduces colour.

When combined with software supporting colour management, such as Adobe Photoshop, you can now be sure that your monitor, to the best of its ability, is reproducing colours as they were intended. If you have more than one display, you can also use Spyder4 to help you match one to the other.

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