X-Rite has been helping photographers, and videographers get their colors right for many years. X-Rite ColorChecker Passports have been an essential tool for many, and now X-Rite is looking to take things further by introducing the X-Rite i1Display screen calibration tools. Join us after the break to find out more about the New Xrite i1Display tools.
X-Rite has had a color calibration tool on the market for the past 8 years in the i1Display Pro. The new i1Display Studio is an easy-to-use, affordable, calibration solution. The i1Display Pro Plus is billed as the ultimate solution to manage colors on HD, and HDR displays. Both of these options are looking to bring X-rite’s calibration tools to many more people.
The X-Rite i1Display Studio is the more affordable option for passionate photographers and professionals who perhaps don’t have an in-depth knowledge of color science. The X-Rite i1Display Studio features one-click presets, and an easy-to-navigate options panel for more precise control. According to X-Rite, the i1Display Studio will provide you with everything you need in an easy-to-use solution that delivers high-quality calibration and profile results in no time.
The i1Display Studio can easily switch between display, projector profiling, and ambient light capture. It offers mobile device calibration with a free ColorTRUE mobile app, and it can color match four separate displays for color accuracy. You’ll also find support for multiple video standards (NTSC, PAL SECAM, Rec. 709, Rec. 2020, and DCI-P3). The i1Display also has intelligent iterative profiling which will accurately measure the color capabilities of your display.
The X-Rite i1Display Pro is ideal for videographers and photographers who work with super-bright, HD, and HDR displays. The X-Rite i1Display Pro Plus includes the ability to measure high brightness levels as well as the ability to obtain correct neutral shadow detail levels and higher accuracy in dark colors with a new Black Current Subtraction technology.
.The X-Rite i1Display ProPlus can do everything the i1Display Pro can do, and it can accurately measure screens that offer up to 2,000 nits of brightness. You’ll also find that the i1Display Pro Plus can obtain correct neutral detail levels and provide higher accuracy in dark colors, which is really beneficial on OLED displays. The new BT.1886 default gamma curve (which is the standard on HDTV displays) will also help eliminate clipping in dark areas.
The X-Rite i1Display Studio photo kit can be purchased now with the ColorChecker Passport 2 for $269, and the i1Display Pro can be yours for $369 with the same ColorChecker Passport 2. Filmmakers who want in on the action can pick up the i1Display Pro Plus and ColorChecker Passport Video for $399. For more information, head on over to the official X-Rite website.