How to properly calibrate the settings on a new LED monitor without spending a lot of money?
I just got a nice new display (a 27 inch Samsung) and I’d like to set it up properly to get the most out of it. However, when I looked up calibration tools like the Datacolor Spyder 4 series, they cost over $100, with some from X-rite running into the thousands. Is there a cheaper way to do it that is still effective?
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