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Just got it and have began learning but had a few questions.
Storage when I am not using it?
I know it is sealed compared to most meters so is there anything special I need to do? Such as putting it in a sealed container or anything?

Has anyone had an i1 Display Pro since they have come out and done a profile? Has it changed much?
Deciding if I should sell mine on eBay once I have all the TVs calibrated and simply re-buy when I need to recalibrate vs getting profiled.

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Just got it and have began learning but had a few questions.
Storage when I am not using it?
I know it is sealed compared to most meters so is there anything special I need to do? Such as putting it in a sealed container or anything?
Storing it in a bag with some desiccant is always a good idea.
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Has anyone had an i1 Display Pro since they have come out and done a profile? Has it changed much?
Deciding if I should sell mine on eBay once I have all the TVs calibrated and simply re-buy when I need to recalibrate vs getting profiled.
Thanks

We haven't looked at aging yet, but we do have several of our original (and pre-production) i1 Display Pros laying around. It would be interesting to test a few.

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Would definitely be interested in the results. I had read a few times that it may be much less likely to stray from accurate but nothing definitive. Would love to be able to just hold onto one meter and not do a dance to have it be accurate. biggrin.gif

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