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ColorVision SpectroPRO2 Monitor  - PCstats.com ColorVision SpectroPRO2 Monitor
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One thing that a lot of people are interested in, but is hard to find much information on is monitor calibration. There are a few free tools and sites out there to calibrate for some settings like brightness and contrast, but for true colour reproduction, that just won't cut it. ColorVision has created a tool that reads directly from your monitor, and allows you to calibrate it for true Pantone colour reproduction. And for those interested in perfect prints, they offer a similar device for printers as well.
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