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Re: filmscanners: reply regarding Sony 420 G monitor



Hi Lynn,
            I have the same card in which I borrowed after my own card died.
If you download the Detonator 3 drivers from NVidia you will see in
Display-Display properties-colour correction,  control for gamma,
brightness, and contrast for all three colours or each colour individually.

Geoff
www.geoffmurray.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Allen" <ktrout@hotmail.com>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2001 11:11 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: reply regarding Sony 420 G monitor


>
>
> > > > >It is hard to imagine this Sony monitor not having the ability to
> >tweak
> > > > >the individual guns (... is this some type of "consumer" model?
...).
> >
> >Is this stuff necessary?  I discovered that under Win98SE just about any
> >fully supported video card can do the required gamma adjustments.  The
> >monitor doesn't have to do anything AFAIK. :-7  The profile just tweaks
the
> >RGB levels.
>
> I'm running Win98 with an NVidia TNT2 card, and don't see anything in the
> monitor controls that resembles a "tweak" or gamma adjustment. It has even
> been known to "loose" the monitor driver altogether due to rogue software.
> My Trinatron's accessible controls are "brightness" and "contrast." As I
> said, I may be looking in the wrong places.
>
> Best regards--LRA
>
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