Color calibration company Datacolor has announced a 64-bit update for its Spyder5 calibration sensor (Adorama, B&H) that will ensure the device is compatible with Apple's latest macOS Catalina update.

The update, which was required due to the lack of 32-bit application support macOS Catalina, is available as a free software upgrade for all Spyder5 owners.

Datacolor's newest calibration sensor, the SpyderX, is already 64-bit computable, so if you have the Spyder, there's no need to update. You can find out more information by visiting Datacolor's product page.

Press Release:

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Datacolor Releases 64-Bit Upgrade for Spyder5 Software

Lawrenceville, NJ – October 17, 2019 – Datacolor®, a global leader in color management solutions, is providing all Spyder5 users with an upgrade of their software for monitor calibration. Datacolor will continue to ensure full compatibility with the latest operating systems for customers using the Spyder5 sensor. This is in compliance of new industry standards with the Apple operating system, which will no longer support 32-bit applications with the Catalina macOS 10.15 version.

The Spyder5 software upgrade is free for all users and can be downloaded from the Datacolor website.

Datacolor’s current monitor calibration solution - SpyderX, is 64-bit compatible. SpyderX is Datacolor’s fastest, most accurate and easy-to-use color calibration sensor, providing photographers, designers and videographers with the ultimate confidence and control over their creative vision.

More information about the SpyderX can be found at spyderx.datacolor.com. {/pressrelease}