Originally Posted by HDTVChallenged
Originally Posted by JimP
On the i1pro2 it definitely does matter that you use the white tile.
Did I read somewhere that the Pro2 actually has the tile attached to the meter, or am I hallucinating again?
No, it's not attached.
For i1PRO1 the original base plate was required for reflectance measurements, or for running the X-Rite Diagnistics Software, but for emissive measurements, only an opaque surface that don't let light through was required.
Now i1PRO2 features a Built-in wavelength calibration technology and it's using the white tile to automatically self diagnose and correct for small shifts doing a mechanical alignment (of the 41 10nm increments binned from 128 sensors) based on that white's tile reflectance reading.
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