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# 80253 29-Mar-2011 17:57
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Hi folks,

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum...I guess it's somewhat related since I'd like to calibrate my monitor for photo touch-ups. I'm not entirely sure I would like to spend the money on a calibrating device yet. Ideally if someone has one of these things I'd love to try it out on my Macbook Pro first. I can throw in some booze for a swap :o)

Cheers,
Dany.

PS. I'm in Christchurch. 




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  # 453457 30-Mar-2011 12:33
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LCDs are pretty stable, in my experience, you only need to do it very occasionally. If you can find someone locally who has one you can borrow, every six months or year should be fine.

If you ever visit Wellington you can use mine.

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  # 453473 30-Mar-2011 13:15
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timmmay: LCDs are pretty stable, in my experience, you only need to do it very occasionally. If you can find someone locally who has one you can borrow, every six months or year should be fine.

If you ever visit Wellington you can use mine.


I've heard that thing about LCD too, hence I would like to try and see how "occassionalyl" I will need it :) Thanks for the offer too - you're a few years too late unfortunately...I used to live in Porirua...




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