I am unavailable for a color timing session. In the past I have always had two monitors that were calibrated to "match" be available to the Colorist and myself in our separate locations so that I could send color corrected stills to communicate the look of the images. This has always cost a certain amount of money and this time a Colorist recommend we use IPad Minis to save cost. According to the Colorist the screens will match as long as the IPads are the same model. This is obviously not the optimal method considering the IPad mini's shortcomings in color space and general viewing size to monitor color correction, but in a pinch as long as the image is consistent between the Ipads it might be handy in a pinch. I don't believe the screens can really be calibrated like regular monitors, so does that mean they all should look the same right out of the box with the factory settings?
Has anyone used this method before or have any positive/negative experiences with this?