Reviews and Problems with X-RITE ColorMunki Display
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This is easy to correct with the Curves menu with a spot ...
H. J. King, Amazon
2 February 2015
Summary: If you want a consistent output from your computer to the web or printer, this will help immensely. When you buy a monitor or computer, the screen is usually set to floor room specifications, rather than a more realistic color profile. Bright colors sell.
Summary: I do work with photos and video and own many computer systems so I wanted to see just how much this product would improve the accuracy of my displays. The first thing was to update the old software it shipped with.
Summary: I needed to work with a calibrated monitor on my HP laptop. Before I used the ColorMunki Display, I sent a photo off to get printed and it came back a bit to orange. After I calibrated my laptop I was able to see how off my color was.
Summary: My previous color calibration software quit working correctly after I upgraded to Mavericks. Bought this, downloaded their update and ran it with ease. Califbrated two different monitors and they both match!
Summary: Would have given ColorMunki 5 stars except that the documentation recommends ICC Profile Version 4 setting for "best" results. This setting produced an unacceptable difference between MS Preview displayed images and images produced by all other applications on the PC.
Summary: There has been back and forth, on many photo/tech blogs, about calibrating a monitor or not. Well, after picking up this little gadget, there is a HUGE difference. Mainly so, if you are a photographer that does prints, or a designer, that is passing along a finished product, to an editor/client.
Summary: Since I'm getting back in to printing high quality photographs, and recalling all the hassles and misfortunes I experienced without "good" color management, I knew that calibrating the display on my 27" iMAC was a necessary first step to getting consistently good prints without a heavy reliance on...
Summary: The ColorMunki is an incredibly valuable tool if you are doing color sensitive monitor work. If you are photo editing, designing, printing, etc you absolutely use a color profiling tool. This tool in particular works well but it requires a few tries to get to something that looks "right".
Summary: The color target and app do work. Together they make color profiles that give good color results in Lightroom with my camera. I am happy with the color profiles I am using, but there are two things a new buyer should be aware of, one minor and one major.