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I was looking at this meter on the SpectraCal page and was wondering how this meter is used in contact mode. Does it have a cord w/ attached counterweight like most colorimeters or does it require some other accessory to use in contact mode? I know the i1Pro uses a suspension strap.

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I was looking at this meter on the SpectraCal page and was wondering how this meter is used in contact mode. Does it have a cord w/ attached counterweight like most colorimeters or does it require some other accessory to use in contact mode? I know the i1Pro uses a suspension strap.

The ColorMunki Spectro uses a suspension strap like the i1Pro but does not work as well and is shorter.

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See these posts:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1215746/colormunki-how-good-or-how-bad/60#post_18023662

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1215746/colormunki-how-good-or-how-bad/60#post_18024838

Actually, read the entire thread..

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thanks, that does help

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