I do photography and graphic arts, both are casual hobbies for me, not what I do for a living. I also maintain a web site as a community service thing. I've decided it's time to get my colors right.
I am about 87.5% sure that the Datacolor Spyder line will be fine for me and I'm very close to buying one of these bundles:
The Spyder Capture Pro
is all about camera and monitor calibration.
The Spyder Studio
lets you calibrate your monitor and printer.
Neither one contains all the stuff I think I will eventually want/need. Too bad they don't have an "everything bundle". But I am a glutton and don't really need it all right away.
First priority is to get my monitor under control, and both kits contain the Spyder 4 Elite device and software to do that. Next up, I do very little printing at my home, so I guess the printer calibration device and software is not of highest priority. I guess I'm leaning toward the Capture Pro.
Has anybody else here had to wrestle with this decision recently? Did you end up going with Spyder or choose another maker? Did you get a bundle or choose individual pieces/parts, and why?
Side Note: Newegg's prices are quite a bit higher than I'm used to seeing from them. What's up with that? I found these bundles for a lot cheaper on Amazon!