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This colorimeter pairs with SpyderX software to provide thorough one-click, wizard-guided monitor calibration, along with display mapping and analysis to fine-tune your results.

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Datacolor SpyderX Pro Colorimeter

Key Features
  • Lens-Based Color Engine Technology
  • Ambient Light Monitoring
  • Color Profile and Settings Switching
  • Single-Click Wizard Calibration


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DO NOT buy this probe. It has dark read limitations similar to the previous Spyder 5.

It is appropriate to use this on IPS panels set to ~150nit+, but it can NOT reliably read the dark tones of VA-type panels or OLED. Even on IPS if you set the brightness much less than 150nits, this probe may again be a bit wonky.

You get much better bang for your buck with an xrite colormunki display, that probe can read all display types and most importantly it can read DEEP into the blacks, it can read on oled.
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Does this work for OLED screens?
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Does this work for OLED screens?
Yes, the screen technology doesn't matter.
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Doesn't say if it can be used to calibrate a TV..
Would that be a different beast?
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Doesn't say if it can be used to calibrate a TV..
Would that be a different beast?
Technically it can, but you need to use third party software to do so (there's free options, but it's been a few years so the name escape me).
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How good is this? I want to use it for my gaming/work pannel 1440p Dell 144hz monitor. Would also love to try it on my 65" 4k in living room. Any help or advice from previous owners would be great.

what's the difference between Pro vs Ellite model?
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DO NOT buy this probe. It has dark read limitations similar to the previous Spyder 5.

It is appropriate to use this on IPS panels set to ~150nit+, but it can NOT reliably read the dark tones of VA-type panels or OLED. Even on IPS if you set the brightness much less than 150nits, this probe may again be a bit wonky.

You get much better bang for your buck with an xrite colormunki display, that probe can read all display types and most importantly it can read DEEP into the blacks, it can read on oled.
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I think X-Rite i1display Pro is better than Spyder 5 😔
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I think X-Rite i1display Pro is better than Spyder 5 😔
It is butt it's way way more expensive
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DO NOT buy this probe. It has dark read limitations similar to the previous Spyder 5.

It is appropriate to use this on IPS panels set to ~150nit+, but it can NOT reliably read the dark tones of VA-type panels or OLED. Even on IPS if you set the brightness much less than 150nits, this probe may again be a bit wonky.

You get much better bang for your buck with an xrite colormunki, that probe can read all display types and most importantly it can read DEEP into the blacks, it can read on oled.
Your review is appreciated... Your use of massive fonts is not.

We get your message without you having to do that. Have some basic forums etiquette please.
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Good for 4k projector calibration?
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It is butt it's way way more expensive
Get the colormunki, it goes on sale for ~$150 or less.
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Good for 4k projector calibration?
No, it's not good for calibrating Anything. It's only barely passable for calibrating IPS panels.
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