Agree; calibrating my cheap, second hand projector has given me picture quality I am sure far in excess of what an uncalibrated, much more expensive unit can achieve; and these are tools I can use again and again when I come to upgrading, to ensure I get the very best quality possible.I don't know why more people don't give it a go, it really is straightforward and the potential image improvements are huge.
Aren't these being sold cheap at the moment?I must say that having invested in an eecolor 3DLUT box, that the gains from that (on my display at least) are of a similar magnitude to going from uncalibrated to calibrated.
Yes it is badly worded, the meter is the retail one rather than an OEM one.I'm in the market for a meter and software as well but am I right in thinking it's £319 from kalibrate for the I1d3 meter with chromapure standard and the upgraded meter (but confused about that as the product page says 'i1 display pro retail' for £179 but then adds £50 for the upgrade (pro) version, what's that about then? £319 is a bit more than I wanted to pay really, was going to get something for less than £200
I think you need to give Ricky at Kalibrate a call.I can borrow a copy of chroma pure v2.4, so do I just need the meter or meter and £50 upgrade (pro).