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[filmscanners] RE: Monitor calibration



Well, just tell me when you will need it.
They specified the phosphors type to be P22 which is one the standard types
offered in Adobe Gamma or LittleCMS, however the color coordinate values
slightly differ from standard P22.
Frankly, I didn't noticed any changes creating the profile using these
values comparing to specifying just P22.
However, they insisted on using quite exaggerated gamma (3.06) with the
coordinate values they provided and this gamma indeed seemed to be extremely
high for my liking, so I went back to regular one (measured visually in
LittleCMS as about 2.4).

Regards,
Alex Z

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Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 8:00 AM
To: alexz@zoran.co.il
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Monitor calibration


> Do you use hardware device for monitor profiling ?

I can't. All hardware devices that I can obtain here in Germany are based on
USB, and NT 4.0 will just not do USB. There are some devices that would work
on the serial port, but they are way beyond my price range, considering that
this is just a hobby for me. (And at this time, I am not willing to upgrade
to W2K or XP. I have to use W2K at work and don't like it!)

> I got the technical info from Iiyama for my model and already tried it
> profiling through LittleCMS software.
> They gave the RGB phosphor coordinates and gamma value required fro this
> setup.
> The overall results looking not bad except of somewhat exaggerated
> brightness. I suspect the gamma value they insisted to be used for RGB
> coordinates they providede is way too high (3.06), however I'm not sure
> gamma is solely responsible for such brightness....
>
> BTW, I wouldn't mind to share this monitor's info with you if you want it
> or anyone on the list willing to profile his Iiyama VisionMaster Pro 454
> monitor.

Thanks for the offer. I might try the phosphor values, even though I have a
VM PRO 450, about 3 years old.

Regards, Barbara

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