My NEC branded X-Rite colorimeter is not performing adequately these days and I need a new sensor. X-Rite seems to have transformed into Calibrite and I remember getting an emial on this. They have a new line of colorimeters. I cannot tell from the NEC/Sharp website whether these are compatible with Spectraview II which I have been using to calibrate my monitor for a number of years. The Spectraview II website only mentions X-Rite pucks which I do not think are made any more.
I don’t want to put an order in for a new colorimeter if I don’t know if it will work with the software. I’m looking at the Calibrite ColorChecker Display Pro. I’m sure Andrew, Jeff or Kevin can answer this question.
Re: Calibrite Colorchecker with Spectraview II; is it compatible?
Reply #1 on: April 5, 2022 at 1:11 pm
No need to respond. I just received a Calibrite ColorChecker Display Pro and it runs just fine with Spectraview II. Got a nice monitor profile and have tossed out the old NEC puck which no longer provides accurate reads.