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X-Rite i1Display Studio, i1Display Pro Plus: Color calibration also for HDR

The smaller of the two packages is the i1Display Studio, but still uses professional photo and video editing. The bundle comes with an i1 colorimeter and the calibration software i1Studio. It supports color spaces for NTSC, PAL SECAM, Rec. 709, Rec. 2020 and DCI-P3. By means of “intelligent iterative profiling, optimized results for maximum color accuracy on each individual monitor should be guaranteed for each profile. Flare Correct measures and adjusts the display profile to reduce the contrast ratios caused by the flash of light (or glare) on the surface of the display.

X-Rite brings the new color calibration systems i1Display Studio and i1Display Pro Plus. The latter is specially designed for HDR and OLED displays that achieve a peak brightness of up to 2000 nits.

The X-Rite ambient light measurement automatically determines the optimal display luminance and an extended user mode allows individual control of White point, luminance, contrast ratio and gamma. The system allows multiple monitor profiling and thus color matching of up to four separate monitors. The profile validation can be used to compare pre- and post-views and a reminder function helps when recalibrating. The i1Display Pro Plus kit comes with the 1Profiler software and an i1Display Pro Plus colorimeter and is equipped with calibration options especially for HDR and OLED displays. Panels with a light output of up to 2000 nits brightness calibrate, whereby a higher accuracy is achieved especially with dark colors.

The software supports the BT.1886 gamma curve, especially interesting for 3D LUT and HDR supported displays to minimize clipping in dark areas. The colorimeter is thanks USB-C to USB-A adapter also compatible with the new USB interface. The X-Rite i1Display Studio is available for $ 179, the i1Display Pro Plus for $ 299.