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    TerryWyse is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by dleather View Post
    Thanks Terry. Will my Eye One hand-held spectrometer do the trick, or is that only good for monitors and RGB values?
    The EyeOne Pro is widely used for lots of measurement functions. Display calibration is only one of those and probably one of the LEAST used functions of the EyeOne Pro. It is widely used for print measurement and profiling as well as proof and press verification.

    The EyeOne Pro does NOT generate or "measure" RGB values. Like any spectro, it generates spectral data and/or Lab data for use in many applications. You might be thinking of it measuring RGB values in the context of display calibration/profiling but it's actually the calibration software that's feeding the display RGB numbers which the EyeOne Pro is then measuring and reporting spectral values back to the software. The EyeOne Pro itself has no clue about RGB values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryWyse View Post
    The EyeOne Pro itself has no clue about RGB values.

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    Terry
    You can arrive at RGB numbers by taking the reading with the Eye-1 Pro and using software such as Eye-1 Share and converting the Lab data to RGB using a RGB profile.

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    Todd


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