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X-Rite / Pantone ColorMunki Review

Review Summary
Reader Score: 7.14 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The new Colormunki really is a revolution in color management, making it easier than ever before to profile your monitor and printer, so that the image you see on screen is the best and most accurate approximation of your digital file, and likewise, the print is as close to that image as is possible. ...

... The results, using an Epson R800 and a variety of papers were really impressive, producing much better color prints, especially on third party papers, such as Ilford Gallerie, Images matched the monitor version much closer, though the nature of the two viewing media - LCD and ink/paper - will never allow an absolute perfect match. ..."

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Photography Blog 7.00  04-15-08 Read Full Review
Review (Summary): ColorMunki Photo calibrates your monitor, printer, and projector - all in a single product - at a price of $499. "This isn't a stripped down hardware product either. It uses the same spectrophotometer found in the high end profiling devices sold by X-Rite, but it brings a much friendlier interface that is more intuitive for the average user. ...

... X-Rite has a real winner with the ColorMunki Photo. Combining monitor calibration with printer profiling at a reasonable price, the ColorMunki Photo should take care of all your color management needs. The additional features, like the ability to optimize a printer profile for specific needs, and the Digital Pouch for sharing and viewing color managed images are intuitive and go a step beyond what anyone else has available. ..."

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ImagingInfo.com -----  10-08-08 Read Full Review
Review (Summary): "... The ColorMunki looks like an oversized tape measure. Perhaps the one thing that made me most skeptical was the price tag. I found it hard to believe that for around $500, I could calibrate a monitor and a projector, as well as profile all of my printers ...

... I used it to profile an Epson Stylus Photo R1900 and an Epson R2880, both with different papers. I was very pleasantly surprised. The prints were accurate and the colors were great! ..."

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