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Yes no issues - I use it. Works well.
By J. Davies on 17 December 2015
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yes, im using one. using El Capitan Os
By Clubbow on 20 May 2016
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I looked at the other answer from Monte Grohn and he may be correct - you might need to research further - maybe the Xrite website has the answer. I don't know but I don't see why not. I use mine to calibrate an LG IPS LED 16:9 1920x1080 monitor. I do find that the brightness is set a bit too high after calibration so … see more I looked at the other answer from Monte Grohn and he may be correct - you might need to research further - maybe the Xrite website has the answer. I don't know but I don't see why not. I use mine to calibrate an LG IPS LED 16:9 1920x1080 monitor. I do find that the brightness is set a bit too high after calibration so I adjust it on the monitor's menu. What it does is send accurate colours to the monoitor then measures the display's output colour. It then creates a profile which is used by the OS to put in any corrections required to make the monitor display colours correctly. So I should think it would work with any monitor. My main reason for buying the Colormunki Photo was to profile my printer/ink/paper which it does extremely well and easily and it uses a small amount of ink and you only need 1 sheet of A4 paper cut in half. But you do need to print from an app that uses colour management e.g. Photoshop CS (also Elements and others). I have a Canon MG7550 and I only use compatible inks with Lidl glossy photo paper. The prints I get are excellent and as good as I used to get with the rip-off priced Canon inks. I hope this helps. see less I looked at the other answer from Monte Grohn and he may be correct - you might need to research further - maybe the Xrite website has the answer. I don't know but I don't see why not. I use mine to calibrate an LG IPS LED 16:9 1920x1080 monitor. I do find that the brightness is set a bit too high after calibration so I adjust it on the monitor's menu. What it does is send accurate colours to the monoitor then measures the display's output colour. It then creates a profile which is used by the OS to put in any corrections required to make the monitor display colours correctly. So I should think it would work with any monitor. My main reason for buying the Colormunki Photo was to profile my printer/ink/paper which it does extremely well and easily and it uses a small amount of ink and you only need 1 sheet of A4 paper cut in half. But you do need to print from an app that uses colour management e.g. Photoshop CS (also Elements and others). I have a Canon MG7550 and I only use compatible inks with Lidl glossy photo paper. The prints I get are excellent and as good as I used to get with the rip-off priced Canon inks. I hope this helps.
By NAB on 03 November 2016
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Yes this will work with Windows 8 and 8.1.
By tallmike2 on 15 July 2014
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If you are asking did I receive a VAT invoice, I did not - the VAT was stated on the invoice but the invoice stated "Please note: this is not a VAT invoice". You might need to contact Amazon. I hope this answers your question?
By NAB on 03 July 2017
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I haven't tried it but I think you could establish printer configurations for each monitor and use them accordingly.
By S. Brooks on 14 November 2016
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I ordered the device almost a year ago and it arrived in full working order. Using it is not easy but once I got to grips with it, it worked very well. The 'target' is a print out from the printer which allows the device to do the calibration. I calibrated my screen and my printer which improved the results of my post … see more I ordered the device almost a year ago and it arrived in full working order. Using it is not easy but once I got to grips with it, it worked very well. The 'target' is a print out from the printer which allows the device to do the calibration. I calibrated my screen and my printer which improved the results of my post processing and I found it useful for calibrating my printer for specific photo papers. see less I ordered the device almost a year ago and it arrived in full working order. Using it is not easy but once I got to grips with it, it worked very well. The 'target' is a print out from the printer which allows the device to do the calibration. I calibrated my screen and my printer which improved the results of my post processing and I found it useful for calibrating my printer for specific photo papers.
By Elaine Stubbings on 03 December 2015
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