Calibration Inaccuracy?

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by jmtonkin, Mar 18, 2015.

  1. jmtonkin

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    Right now, probably about $150. I'm trying to save up for my wedding!


     
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    With photography being one of your main goals, I would HIGHLY suggest finding an IPS monitor. They can be had for around $200 dollars, or even slightly less. Most are closer to the $300+ range though. Plus, your Spyder will work much better on an IPS monitor too.

    Here is an example of an IPS monitor that isn't terribly expensive : Amazon.com ASUS PA248Q 24-Inch LED-Lit IPS Professional Graphics Monitor Computers Accessories

    But keeping around your $150 dollar budget, something like this should be much better than what you have now: Amazon.com Asus VS248H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED-lit LCD Monitor Computers Accessories
     

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