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Marco Ugolini wrote:
I don't own an iO myself, so what I know is from reading papers, sites and
other people's reports. The GretagMacbeth site makes mention of the iO's
ability to measure "transparent materials"
(<http://na.i1color.com/index.cfm/MenuItemID/133.htm>): I'm not sure whether
that is comparable to the small-aperture transparency function in the
Spectroscan T. (Can anyone please expand?)
I'd imagine it might be by using a separate back light ?
(I've used the Spectrolino in such a mode).
Yes, the i1 and i0 seem to be a combination that almost covers
what the SpectroScan can do (and a bit more with ambient
and projector measurement). The main exception is transparency.
The SpectroScanT can measure down to 1mm aperture, so there
are some things only it seems to be able to do.
For those whose business involves a lot of transparency,
then a DTP41T might well be faster, and involve less work
than doing things one patch at a time, or there are
other alternatives :- see <http://www.barbierielectronic.com/>
(They had one of these units at ICCDevCon05)
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