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Intro image for article Top Blogs of 2017
Tech News
The year has come and gone in a whirlwind of projects and products. So, let us take a moment to look back and reminisce about some of our most popular blog posts over the last 12 months.
Intro image for article Monitor Calibration 101
Tutorials & Guides
Engineer Ben Meadors talks monitor calibrations – from why you should be doing them, to how they’re performed, to how often you should perform them. A properly calibrated monitor is the key to ensuring you will see the most accurate colors.
Intro image for article SpectraCal's ColorChecker Software Now Available for Free
Tools, Charts & Downloads
Not sure if your monitor is up to spec? SpectraCal, the company behind CalMAN monitor calibration software, recently announced that their Colorchecker Software is now available as a free download. This software, once only available for purchase or as part of a larger CalMAN product suite, allows users to determine whether their monitor is true to industry standards such as Rec709, DCI or Adobe RGB.
Intro image for article How to Properly Calibrate Your HD Viewfinder or Monitor
Tutorials & Guides
While most cameras provide exposure tools like waveform monitors and zebras, having a properly calibrated monitor or viewfinder serves as an additional means to quickly determine exposure - something that is especially useful in run & gun situations. In addition to helping you gauge exposure, a calibrated monitor also gives you a way to check for color accuracy and can help in making color decisions.