Eye-One Photo and PBC
I am seriously looking at the Eye-One Photo and another monitor. I've been using the original Spyder on a 10+ year old 17" Mitsubishi Diamond Pro. I'm obviously not a pro I am using a Canon S9000 for printing and tried Profile Prism but did not have good results. My question is about this PBC thing that the Eye-One site mentions: http://na.i1color.com/index.cfm/MenuItemID/134.htm
They say: "One push button Monitor Calibration support (PBC) for Eizo CG18, CG19, CG21 and LaCie Electron b4 monitors"
What does this really do for you and should I be looking at those monitors?
Anybody familiar with this PBC function and it's usefulness?
I can get a refurb'd 19" LaCie Electron Blue IV from LaCie for $200 plus $30 for shipping. This would probably hold me for awhile until the worthwhile LCD's come down in price.
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