I'd like to buy a calibration screen tool to make sure that all assets I'm developing are true colour or at least close to the reality.
I also print some pictures time to times but most of my work stay in my hard drive.
That will be to use with my MacBook Pro & MacPro with Cinema Display...
I got a MacBook Pro 15˝ built in 2015 (MacBookPro11,4). In order to calibrate the built-in monitor, I have to identify it and figure out if it uses a white LED-backlit for instance. I found two Terminal codes.
ioreg -lw0 | grep \"EDID\" | sed "/[^<]*</s///" | xxd -p -r | strings -6
I am still a PPC G5 user but not for long as i bought a macpro 1.1 (2.1) model, used, recently.
I have a cinema 21" display and use D65, 1.8 gamma for ages.
I mainly set this gamma for prepress applications and worked ok insofar.
I do though change my workflow, adding more video to my...