Datacolor, a global leader in colour management solutions, is offering all display calibration owners the opportunity to upgrade to the company’s ultimate display calibration device and software, Spyder5ELITE+, for a fraction of the price. From July 17th to September 30th 2017, users can save £130* on the Spyder5ELITE package, which will include a Spyder5ELITE+ software upgrade and a 90-day Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan membership.
How to upgrade to Spyder5ELITE+
Creatives and photographers looking to upgrade their colour calibration device can take advantage of the promotion by submitting the serial number for their display calibration device at our http://www.datacolor.com/promo/crossgrade56. Both non-Spyder and Spyder devices will be accepted. As long as you own a display calibration device, whichever brand it is, you will be eligible.
Why upgrade to Spyder5ELITE+?
Why the pros are using Spyder5ELITE+
'I retouch images on location, therefore it is essential to trust the colours on my laptop, even in changing light conditions.' - Laura Helena Rubahn, Professional Photographer - Included in the Top 100 of most influential photographers online - Mannheim, Germany
'One way to determine what your image will look like in a printout is to Soft Proof the image using a profile for that printer. Spyder5ELITE+ provides that capability seamlessly. You can use the included target or look at any images you have by specifying a custom file or folder for it to use as targets.' - David Cardinal, Professional Travel and Nature Photographer - California, United States
'I’ve been using Datacolor Spyder for 12 years, ever since the very first time I faced digital colour issues. Over the course of this time period I’ve used Spyder2, 3 and 4 and now Spyder5ELITE+. I’ve always been happy with the results and trust Datacolor Spyder 100%.' - Andreas H. Bitesnich, Artist, Photographer, Director - Vienna, Austria
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