Ensuring your monitor is displaying accurate color and brightness is essential if you are into editing photos, video, or you’re a graphic designer. There are endless display options for your PC and Mac nowadays, and with each manufacturer comes a slightly different color profile. If you’re using several displays in your studio that are not identical, you can have some serious shifts in color and brightness (aka gamma). This is where Datacolor’s Spyder4 comes to the rescue. This simple to use calibration tool helps you get all of your displays to output consistent colors, and it works with almost every display option out there; LCDs to old CRTs. They even have options for your iPad or iPhone.
To get the full scoop on their latest calibration device, see our Datacolor Spyder4Pro Review.