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Old 03-20-2014, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default Announcement: We are looking for beta testers experienced in color management

QUBYX, a well-known developer of calibration software for the medical and defence market is now making its highly sophisticated algorithms available to the PrePress and printing industry.
We are currently looking for Beta testers experienced in color management.

Beta testers will receive the new calibration software from QUBYX totally FREE.

You should:
-be experienced in color management
-report to QUBYX bugs and ideas for improvements
-have at least one of the following available: Xrite: i1 Display, i1 Display Pro, Xrite i1 Pro, Datacolor Spyder3 or Spyder4, Spyder Print, IT8 Target for Camera, ColorChecker 24, HutchColor, IT 8.7/2, QPCard 201, QPCard 203, SpyderChecker

How to apply:

please send me a mail to natalie@qubyx.com and tell me why you should be a beta tester, and what hardware you own.
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