The NEC SpectraSensor Pro Color Calibration Sensor is a sophisticated colorimeter. It uses a new optical system, filter technology, calibration architecture and intelligent form factor to provide unparalleled color accuracy, repeatability and device longevity. SpectraSensor's increased sensitivity and measurement speed is five times greater than that of the previous generation. The colorimeter boasts a high degree of color accuracy on all popular and emerging display technology types including CCFL, white LED, RGB LED and wide-gamut displays. It is compatible with the NEC SpectraViewII software.
- Uses New System/ Technology
- Updated Calibration Architecture
- Intelligent Form Factor
- 5x Sensitivity/Speed Of Prior Generation
NEC MDSVSENSOR3 Overview
NEC MDSVSENSOR3 Specs
|Compatibility||Works with following monitors:
|Package Weight||0.6 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.6 x 5.6 x 2.1"|
NEC MDSVSENSOR3 Reviews
Great for NEC monitor
If you have an NEC monitor this is a great sensor. While you can get another brand sensor this one is designed specifically for NEC and works seamlessly with all their products and their tech support is excellent. It also works well with the new MacBook Pro (M1).
Professional Color Calibration
An excellent addition to any NEC monitor for accurate calibration and profiling. Takes full advantage of the built in lookup tables in the monitor, with a simple streamlined interface.
Easy to use color calibration sensor for my NEC monitors. They allow me to calibrate my screen for skin tones and so that I can see what images will look like on paper.
It worked perfectly with my new NEC PA271Q - easy to use with the SpectraView software.
I bought this calibration sensor to work with the latest version of NECs SpectraView II software. My old sensor was no longer supported by the new 64bit app. It is basically a rebranded X-Rite i1Display Pro. This sensor will not work with X-Rites software, nor can SpectraView II be used to calibrate non-NEC displays. For me this is no problem since I only use wide-gamut NEC displays for my photography work. The calibration with this sensor is spot on. For home use I print from Photoshop CC using a Canon Pro-100 and Canon Pro Platinum photo paper. Using this sensor and the Print Standard setting in SpectraView II (80.0 cd/m2) the color of my prints is excellent. I get the color that is on my screen. Of course, one never gets the same brightness and contrast as you get on the screen, but the color rendition is as good as I could hope for. I am very pleased. FYI... I do calibrate my MacBook Pro using the open source DisplayCAL. This software does support this sensor via ArgyllCMS and I imagine can be used to calibrate most any display with excellent results.
Most have to maximize your monitor
Simple to use with great results.
Excellent. For My NEC PA241 Mutisync
Designed for Nec & better than Xrite For NEC monitors. Xrite is overpriced anyway..
Excellent, but does not last...
Works great with my PA272W and the SpectraPro II software. The only issue with it is that the rubberized outer coating breaks down over time and turns to a gooey substance. Not ideal when putting it on your expensive monitor! Hopefully they change the material on newer SpectraSensor Pro sensors.
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