Datacolor's Spyder3 line of products ensure color consistency across multiple devices
The color management technology company Datacolor this week announced the impending release of two new products meant to enable photographers to better manage color. The Syder3Pro and Spyder3Print, both available now, are successors to the company’s recently released Spyder3Elite and Spyder3Studio, and all four products are meant to best meet photographers’ coloring needs. Spyder3Pro is meant to allow for easier, faster color-callbrating, while Spyder3Print is meant to ensure the exact accurate colors. The Spyder3Pro and Spyder3Print are available at an MSRP of $169 and $499, respectively, and both are compatible with both Mac OSX and Windows 2000 and above.
The Home Theater Specialists of America held a three-day training session last weekend aimed at educating high-end dealers about the latest in home theater technology. Known as “Video Boot Camp” and held in Torrance, Calif., the session was the first of three that are planned, with the next two scheduled for Seattle in May and Kansas City in June. At the meeting, dealers heard from such experts as Runco’s Pat Bradley, Joaquin Rivera and Don Stewart of Stewart Filmscreen, and Datacolor’s Mark Hunter about the latest innovations in video, and how to communicate them to customers. Among topics of conversation were
Because color matters, leading businesses, creative professionals, and consumers worldwide choose Datacolor’s innovative technology and solutions to consistently achieve the right color. The company’s strengths are in understanding how to manage color in many different industries and processes, and using technology to provide efficient color management solutions. A division of the Swiss-based Eichhof Holding AG, located in Lucerne, Switzerland, Datacolor’s strong global presence encompasses an international strategic network of sales and support offices, augmented by worldwide manufacturing and operational facilities. Industries supported include photography, digital imaging, home theater, graphic design, plastics, paint, leather, automotive, coatings, apparel, textiles, ink, printing, paper and others.
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