In a message dated 7/27/07 9:13 PM, Scott Martin wrote:
> This seems odd. I think there might be some (understandable)
> confusion about XRite's UVexcluded and UVincluded terminology.
> UVexcluded means the UV filter is in front of the spectro and the
> device is taking measurements that exclude UV information. UVincluded
> means the filter is OFF (not n front of the spectro) and the
> measurement data includes UV information.
Gosh...why didn't they just write, much more simply, "UV Filter ON" and "UV
Filter OFF"? I can assure there would be *no confusion whatsoever* that way.
At times, manufacturers seem to care more about being "correct" on some
abstract point of "precise terminology" than about making their products
less confusing and intimidating to the user. That is a shame.
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