Originally Posted by spongebob
But it looks like Calman supports many more matrices than Chromapure using the OEM version. I think CP uses very generic ones, not even listing any LCD displays just "standard" plasma,CRT, and projection. Correct me if I'm wrong Tom?
That is not correct. For the OEM (or Retail) i1D3, CalMAN (and ChromaPure for the OEM i1D3) uses the EDR's supplied by X-Rite
(or any future EDR's that X-Rite may add).
If you want additional EDR support which SpectraCAL can do themselves (and add new ones at any time they deem necessary) using their NIST Lab's Minolta, you need SpectraCal's C6 Meter.
ChromaPure's i1D3 Pro
Meters do not add / write EDR's, Tom corrects each meters (his Pro version) response (referenced to his JETI) using a color correction matrix that is the industry standard HERE
The C6 can only be used in CalMAN, Tom's i1D3 Pro can be used in either ChromaPure or CalMAN but only ChromaPure will use the corrections, CalMAN will use it as a OEM i1D3 with stock EDR's by X-Rite.
Regardless of how any application labels the Display Type options for the OEM / Retail i1D3, the same EDR options are in each.
I advocate getting a Spectro yourself with the colorimeter (if you want a colorimeter in the mix) and do meter profiling on your display.Edited by turbe - 12/2/12 at 8:39am