colormunki vs spyder3studio sr

Spider3Print produces high quality profiles sometimes I need to fine tune the generated profile with another reading from the patch, this is because I have done a wrong reading previously.
Any opinions of the resulting profiles?
Are they both only suited to ink-jet or is dye-sublimation OK too?
From the profile you will know the maximum white and the maximum black of the given paper, it will also remove any color tint that the paper has.I soft prof my images with the target profile paper and change contrast to look more close to the screen image.I have only used the Spyder3Print, the most obvious thing to me is the accuracy of the color output when using different papers.Can you use them for different print sizes (ie: 6x9" - 8-12?The control of highlights and saturation vlc plugin for ie8 are controlled when processing the original imaged, what the ICC profile gives you is the d-min and d-max of the paper and map the rest accordingly.In the end I would say you can't go wrong with any of those products, maybe someone else can give you a insight about Colormunki.Never tried to use sublimation printers, but if they use ICC profiles it should work since the Spyder3Print is basically a reflective colorimeter.Virgin IslandsUgandaUnited Arab EmiratesUnited KingdomUnited and FutunaWestern SaharaYemenZambiaZimbabwe.One thing to remember is that there will always be differences, but the end result will be closer to what you see on screen.Can they be "tweaked" for subtle hi-lite details, saturation, etc?Yes, the size is not a constrain, the only thing is that there is a minimum usable size for the patches from where you make the readings, what I do is to print those over a series of pages if the minimum size isn't usable.
Since every paper as its own characteristic its nice to be able to predict the outcome.
Edited by vitor - 17 November 2009 at 14:35).