BabelColor ®
Color Measurement and Analysis
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CT&A DENSITY TOOLS 

The Density tools offer all the measurement types found in full-featured densitomers: Reflection density, Dot Area (shown here), Apparent Trap, Print Contrast, and Hue error - Grayness - Saturation. The screenshot shows the Dot Area for a 50% tint (D tint) cyan patch printed on coated paper. The filter was set to "Auto" and the green dot indicates that the dominant hue is cyan, as expected; the corresponding Dot Area is 62,3%. Up to five samples can be measured, with their average. The available density standards are the ones defined in ISO 5-3: ANSI Status A: Should be used for measuring densities of photographic color prints. ANSI Status E: Used mostly in Europe to measure printed material. It has a wide-band color response. Equivalent to the DIN status. ANSI Status I: Has a narrow-band or interference-type filter response. Equivalent to the DIN NB and SPI statuses. ANSI Status T: The equivalent of ANSI Status E in North America. The difference with Status E is how the yellow filter is weighted. If you have an i1Pro 2 which supports the M0, M1, and M2 Measurement Conditions as defined in ISO 13655-2009, the measurements are taken in all three conditions an you can switch at any time.
BabelColor ®

CT&A DENSITY TOOLS 

The Density tools offer all the measurement types found in full-featured densitomers: Reflection density, Dot Area (shown here), Apparent Trap, Print Contrast, and Hue error - Grayness - Saturation. The screenshot shows the Dot Area for a 50% tint (D tint) cyan patch printed on coated paper. The filter was set to "Auto" and the green dot indicates that the dominant hue is cyan, as expected; the corresponding Dot Area is 62,3%. Up to five samples can be measured, with their average. The available density standards are the ones defined in ISO 5-3: ANSI Status A: Should be used for measuring densities of photographic color prints. ANSI Status E: Used mostly in Europe to measure printed material. It has a wide-band color response. Equivalent to the DIN status. ANSI Status I: Has a narrow-band or interference- type filter response. Equivalent to the DIN NB and SPI statuses. ANSI Status T: The equivalent of ANSI Status E in North America. The difference with Status E is how the yellow filter is weighted. If you have an i1Pro 2 which supports the M0, M1, and M2 Measurement Conditions as defined in ISO 13655- 2009, the measurements are taken in all three conditions an you can switch at any time.
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