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Monitor Color Calibration - DSLR FILM NOOB

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Published on Sep 22, 2012

http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/2012/09/2... When you're trying to color correction footage in post, it's important to have a monitor with as accurate an image as possible. If you don't have the budget to spend $800 to $2500 on a Adobe RGB or ProPhoto RGB monitor, the next best thing is to use a color calibration unit to get the best possible results out of your monitor.

You can pick up the Spyder 3 Express (used in this video) on amazon for around $80:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003...

You can pick up the Spyder 4 Express (used in this video) on amazon for around $100:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006...

If you're willing to hunt around you can find them used on ebay for between $40 and $60. If you want more advanced color calibration tools, you might also want to consider the Spyder 4 pro or a Spectraview units. Although more expensive, these units provide for multiple screens on a single computer as well as ambient light rejection.

More info on that Catleap monitor I mentioned here: http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/2012/08/0...

Equipment used in this video:
Canon 5d mark III
Canon 50mm f1.2
Catleap IPS display
Spyder 3 express calibration tool

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