I'm looking at the Datacolor SpyderX color calibration systems and am wondering if the SpyderX Elite is worth the extra cost over the SpyderX Pro?
What I want to do is to calibrate my color all the way from image capture through editing. I will send my edited files to an outside print company to have giclees made of my paintings. He has offered to give me the ICC files for his printers so I can utilize the softproof feature of the Elite software or I can do the same in Photoshop.
Does anyone have experience with the SpyderX Pro vs the SpyderX Elite? The difference seems to be in the software.
Also, I am wondering if the SpyderCheckr with 48 colors including skin tones will improve my results over the SpyderCheckr 24 with only the 24 colors? There's a $100 price difference.