Contrast ftL setting for LCD dsiplay calibration
I just calibrated my Sharp LCD using 40 ftL as the setting for contrast when reading 100 ire window. Completed the calibration and set the grayscale, primaries and secondaries so all were within dE of 3.
My problem is that after these adjustments, the picture is just not bright enough. Perhaps in a dark room, calibrating at 40 ftL is accurate and visually pleasing but watching the display during the day is not.
How high can I go with the contrast ftL and set it before I set the primaries and secondaries?