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How does the datacolor 1005 stand up against the eye one pro?
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How does the datacolor 1005 stand up against the eye one pro?

According to their website, http://spyder.datacolor.com/product-compare1005.php, the 1005 is the model of the Spyder3. It is a "spectrocolorimeter".
The Spyder3 and other colorimeters are not as accurate as the i1pro at mid to high brightness levels, though they may be more repeatable and stable at low light levels.
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What is diffrent between a spectrocolorimeter and a Spectrometer?
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Greetings

When we say spec-meter ... it is short for spectro-radiometer.

Suggest looking up in an encyclopedia the differences. It's all a search engine away.

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