pathfinder wrote: »
I use a Color Munki and it seems to work fine. It makes my high contrast colorful screen look flat, dim, and lifeless just like "paper", which is how Marc described monitor calibration to me years ago. But I get good match between screen images and print and they seem to look fine on other folk's monitors or iPad or HD TV displays so I think it works just fine.
You may ( probably will have to ) download your software from their site on the web for the current versions, but the Color Munki seems to work for me.
divamum wrote: »
I use a Spyder. I don't like it as much as I did my Huey (which no longer worked with my operating system), but it's fine. Easy peasy. And It hink they have a consumer model that's not that expensive.