Pascal de Bruijn wrote: > CMP's Digital Target 3 seems designed for digital camera's, and remains > somewhat affordable at less than 100EUR: > > http://www.cmp-color.fr/eng%20digital%20target.html > > However, as far as I can see only the Digital Target 003 is supported by > Argyll. I also noticed scanin has an option to generate a CHT file, but as I > understand that still needs work then. > > Can anybody comment on the quality of the CMP DT3 target? > > And maybe someone else already made a cht file for it? > > Regards, > Pascal de Bruijn > I've done the cht-file from the image on http://www.cmp-color.fr/eng digital target.html (the scan I suppose). I've manually "draw" the target in .cht text file by analogy with Argyll printtarg .cht. In addition I fill the EXPECTED values in .cht. It seems to me the result isn't bad. I think the scan on cmp-color site is rather correct to allow scanin determine the real chart orientation. Here You can view the example of chart recognition http://content.foto.mail.ru/mail/nikolay_po/tech/s-899.jpg The chart image from laptop display was taken by camera in AdobeRGB1998 color space and successfully recognized by scanin with help of this .cht file.