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Not very much. They are a little less colorful and slightly darker. I use a Epson R3000 printer.

That being said, I am confused about the software. For some reason it seemed that my computer is not always using the color profile being set.   I uninstalled Spyder software, and are now only using the ColorNavigator provided by Eizo. After uninstalling Spyder, the monitor no longer switches color profile randomly. 

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No. But I can print a picture that was printed by a lab some time ago, and compare.

 

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No, it's the print from the lab from some time ago that I want.  Do you have it?

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Yes, I have some.   I thought you meant if I had the same prints from lab and my own printer. Lab prints I have plenty of.

 

 

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Oh, phew.

Well, those are the ones you have to compare to your screen, to make sure your screen matches them.

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Oh. There's no problem with those.

My printer however, is a bit off.

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