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Hi Damien,

I'm in the process of building a new desktop computer, and will be getting a pair of new monitors to go with it. I've had a ColorMunki Photo for a number of years (6? 7? Maybe 8? Can't recall, but I do know that it cost me a pretty penny.) and I wonder if it's time to replace it, or if it's still a good thing - it came highly recommended at the time.  It seems to be as accurate as ever (it does a self-calibration before every use), but you know how it is... boys and new toys. :)

Any thoughts?

Thanks.

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I should have said that it's running happily under Win 8.1. No reason to suspect that it won't do the same under Win10, which is what the new machine will have to have I suppose.

Thank you both.

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14 hours ago, Rob G said:

I should have said that it's running happily under Win 8.1. No reason to suspect that it won't do the same under Win10, which is what the new machine will have to have I suppose.

Thank you both.

I was thinking more along the lines of it being compatible with the new monitors you'll be purchasing. But your OS could play a role too. :)

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Ummm... the big one's... I have no idea how old it is, really. It's a Samsung LCD (yeah, I know, but this one's not bad) and I've had it for a donkey's age, it was the main monitor for my last desktop, which died 5-ish years ago. I'd imagine that it's 7 years old, at least. The other monitor is my Asus laptop, which is 3 years old and seems to calibrate well. (I don't do serious photo work on it, it's used for in the field culling only - good enough to check focus etc on.)

I'll give the CM Photo a run when I get the new setup and see how it looks. Thanks!


PS, Sorry for the late reply, I've had the laptop in pieces over the weekend. :)

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