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Calibrating mid 2010 27in iMac with Spyder 4 elite


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Can somebody tell me what settings I need to use to do this? I've searched high and low on the net for the information without success. I need to know the Gamut and Backlight types. Is the Gamut normal or wide? Is the Backlight florescent CCFL, white LED or RGB LED? Are there any other settings that I should be aware of? Thanks!
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Color Gamut iMac 27" ?: Mac Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review


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