lee scratchy wrote:
OK so I'm totally in love with the L* gamma. it makes my HD movies look much more natural, it's just amazing!
> like watching through a window. Interesting.
The thing is that the "-qh" made the process take around 90 mins, maybe more :)
That's quite long, but probably because the sensor reading is so slow for dark colors. That's the tradeoff - you can make it more repeatable (and possibly accurate) with long integration times, but add that to -qh, and it may take a while! Drift in the equipment may be an issue over that time period too.
I understood the Eye One Display was much more accurate when it comes to
> deltaE measurements(almost similar to the Eye One Pro), and that it was > sensitive up to 20 IRE with a videoprojector....the spyder2 is sensitive > up to 30 IRE, and needs much longer integration time as you said... The main advantage of the Eye One Pro is that it is going to be more accurate with any spectrum that a colorimeter has been specially calibrated to. The disadvantage is that it tends to collect less light than a colorimeter, so you really need a longer integration time to give a repeatable reading.
do you think the Eye One Display is more accurate than the s2 when it comes to DE measurements ? I'm still hesitating to upgrade, considering only the red levels are off <30 IRE when used
> with argyll with "-qh".... My experience with my particular Spyder 2, is that it is in worse agreement with all the other instruments I have, when measuring my CRT screen. Now I have no way of knowing whether this is typical of all the Spyder 2's out there (I would need to test a few more), but it makes me wonder about them. Graeme Gill.