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Ethan Hansen

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Re: Practical to still use GM EyeOne Photo?
« Reply #20 on: June 23, 2017, 12:36:23 AM »

I have received a driver trace file from someone with an i1Pro2 with the UV filter bit set, so they do exist, but I can't find them as being listed at X-Rite's website. I'm guessing X-Rite supplies them to certain customers for continuity with the earlier i1Pro's. I can't imagine such and instrument supporting the synthetic M* modes though.

No doubt sold as an EFI device.

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Re: Practical to still use GM EyeOne Photo?
« Reply #21 on: August 15, 2017, 09:35:25 PM »

I just received and installed an ISIS 2 XL and, much to my surprise, it uses a uV cut for M2 and derives M0 and M1 from an optional second pass where it presumably injects uV. That was what I had wrongly thought the I1Pro2 did.

First cut on some generic Costco glossy. Ave dE was .09. Ave on the I1Pro2 is about .15.
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