[argyllcms] Re: About Hi-Res spectral mode

  • From: Gerhard Fürnkranz <nospam456@xxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 13:01:30 +0200

Well, the sensor's sensitivity is typically bell-shaped, so the S/N ratio is 
certainly better at green wavelengths, while it can be significantly worse at 
the blue and red end.

"János, Tóth F." <janos666@xxxxxxxxxx> schrieb:

>I noticed it when I made my previous charts that the wavelength interval is
>extended in HiRes mode and the curves seem "noisy" in that extra range.
>I made new charts with the same set of measurements, this time from 11% and
>22% white patches.
>Both measurements were taken with HiRes mode, the first one with normal and
>the other one with Adaptive mode.
>As you can see, there is a noisy range between 360 and 400nm (and may be
>between 730 and 740nm too).
>I don't think it can make a significant difference when measuring light
>color shades but may be it can significantly degrade the accuracy of the
>low-light measurements in both normal HiRes and Adaptive HiRes modes.
>I am not sure if it's a problem with my CM or a nasty thing of the plasma
>display panel, but it looks like random noise for me. And given that it's in
>a range which is normally clipped in Default mode, I guess it could be a

Best Regards

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