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  1. Differences Between Object Color And Source Color
    12/10/2012

    Determining the color of an object was described previously. However, there is a difference when a color is created independently such as by a light bulb. This is called source color. The following is a simple explanation of the differences between objects and source color.

  2. What Color Measurement Instrument Is Right For Me
    11/30/2012

    As the global leader in color science and technology, X‐Rite offers the industry’s widest range of color measurement instruments – colorimeters, densitometers, spectrodensitometers and spectrophotometers.

  3. A Guide To Understanding Graphic Arts Densitometry
    11/30/2012

    Black and white transmission densitometers are used for film inspection, as well as scanner and imagesetter calibration and linearization.

  4. ColorEye XTS
    11/30/2012

    ColorEye XTS is an ultra-compact benchtop spectrophotometer with simultaneous reflection SCE/SCI measurement capability designed for performance and affordability.

  5. 504 SpectroDensitometer
    11/30/2012

    What could be simpler? Our entry-level model 504 measures any density status quickly and reliably.

  6. 508 SpectroDensitometer
    11/30/2012

    Our basic 508 densitometer is great for prepress and the press room - it accurately measures density, dot area and dot gain in a single instrument.

  7. 518 SpectroDensitometer
    11/30/2012

    Our standard pressroom densitometer is essential for 4-color press operators. Use it to help determine which press adjustments need to be made during the run.

  8. 528 SpectroDensitometer
    11/30/2012

    For printers who print special colors and process color, the 528 is the basic model of choice. It has a full selection of densitometry capability plus several essential color features.

  9. 530 SpectroDensitometer
    11/30/2012

    The 530 offers full spectral data, colorimetry or densitometry, all from a single, rugged instrument.

  10. VS450 45°/0° Non-Contact Benchtop Spectrophotometer
    11/30/2012

    45°/0° non-contact benchtop spectrophotometer designed for color and gloss measurement on wet and dry samples including cosmetics, paints, and soil, as well as plastics, powders and other common samples.