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Re: filmscanners: reply regarding Sony 420 G monitor



shAF wrote:

>It is hard to imagine this Sony monitor not having the ability to tweak
>the individual guns (... is this some type of "consumer" model? ...).

AFAICT, my Dell Trinatron monitor does not--it's not "upfront," at any rate. 
Possibly there's a software tweak that I'm not aware of.

Best regards--LRA


>From: "shAf" <rarewolf@roadrunner.nf.net>
>Reply-To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: reply regarding Sony 420 G monitor
>Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2001 09:35:31 -0230
>
>Pat writes ...
>
> > ...
> > Someone had asked about the Sony 420 monitor's ability to adjust color
> > channels from the front panel. I answered that my 420GS doesn't but I 
>just
> > noticed that with my new PC, my new video card allows that capability. 
>...
>
>     It is hard to imagine this Sony monitor not having the ability to 
>tweak
>the individual guns (... is this some type of "consumer" model? ...).  The
>adjustment is usually in the context of manually adjusting the 
>"temperature"
>or "whitepoint" (... e.g., 5500, 6500, etc ...).  It is claimed (...
>probably not noticeably ...), that adjusting the hardware is better than
>letting software adjust the color look-up-table (ref: Real World PS6)
>
>shAf  :o)
>


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