Get a Great Deal on the Spyder5PRO Display Calibration System Today Only

Get a Great Deal on the Spyder5PRO Display Calibration System Today Only

One of the best ways to ensure your photos come out as well as possible is to use a display calibrator to make sure your monitor is both the correct brightness and is displaying accurate colors. Today only, you can take almost half off a Spyder5PRO Display Calibration System.

The Spyder5PRO Display Calibration System is a popular choice and great way to keep your displays calibrated. Not only does this ensure consistency across multiple displays, it helps to make sure you're seeing the colors and brightness you think you're seeing, so your edits and prints come out the way you envisioned. The PRO model also comes with more advanced interactive software that walks you through the process, but also allows setting gamma, white point, and gray balance and also comes with 16 separate choices for calibration settings. It also measures ambient light to ensure the monitor appropriately compensates and comes with a case for taking it on trips. The initial calibration takes five minutes, with subsequent recalibrations taking half as long. Today only, B&H is taking almost half off the normal price, bringing the system from $189.95 to $99.95. If you're looking for a way to keep your displays in tip-top shape, today is a great day to consider picking one up. 

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Thanks Alex!!! Ordered mine earlier today. I know B&H will ship as soon as they get them in.

Dang. Didn't see this before midnight EDT :-(

steve E's picture

Posted 15hrs ago, Listed at $189 now :(

Spy Black's picture

I'm curious how Spyder products "fit" professionally. All the press and pre-press environments I've dealt with use x-rite systems. I suppose with web-only environments it may not matter.

I'm curious why it would make a difference. Monitor calibration is a part of the GUI. If you need exact color, you should use a spectrophotometer. I've read a few articles comparing the two and they all agreed they're pretty much a wash until you get into the high end, where X-Rite distances itself.

Spy Black's picture

...because the software will determine what the profile will be, and software is proprietary.

I can't imagine it would make a noticeable difference. After everything else, I always edit to the print, anyway, and as you noted, for web distribution, it probably doesn't matter that much.

Spy Black's picture

Although where I freelance they'll make hard-copy proofs, most proofing is soft proofing. When soft proofing for press, it would definitely make a difference.

Awesome thanks for the heads up!! Ordered 😁