Originally Posted by realzven
For the level of saturation it's depends : some display have great linear color tracking (calibrate at 100% saturation and the others level of saturation is ok (25% sat/50% sat/75% sat) the only solution is try and choose the best overall dE
the luminance is quite different : in general it's recommended to calibrate at 75% luminance (most of the color luminance average is more near from the 50%/75% luminance level than 100 % luminance. but like the saturation, try and choose the best overall dE
Whats the reason AVS709 75% HCFR patterns aren't as good as Mascior's and GCD's 75%? Between the tripod and contact, cyan only required one click. That and between Mascior's disc and GCD there was very little difference. AVS709 gave me badly undersaturated results. The pixels seems so populated now.
In the past for The Dark Knight Rises through the tunnel scene there was a pitted/grungy look through dark parts on the dashboard and mirror.
I've never seen muted colours so bold plus the smoothness of the gradients. Especially Underworld Rise of the Lycans. The skin tones and the eerie coloured blood in the glasses surrounded by all that oily black leather.
Shadow detail truly is fantastic. No blotchy speckles in Man of Steel gradients flying above the earth with BT.1886. Some faint banding in that glow but it's so tiny.
Primaries and secondaries 1.37dE
Red sat 2.13dE, Green sat 2.42, Blue sat 2.25dE, Yellow sat 0.88dE, Cyan sat 0.88dE Magenta 1.16dE, Color Checker 1.57dE/Dark skin 0.7dE and Light skin 1.4 dE.
CIE2000 gave me a warmer white compared to CIE76uv. Really love it. It's subtle though but it makes a big difference.
Sky HD broadcasting matches up well with the Blu-Ray's. Some ever so slightly lighter blacks in certain scenes but it's so small you wouldn't notice it, unless using a colour picker. Maybe the compression in some films....