Originally Posted by JimP
Does one need perfection or close enough where you can't tell the difference with the human eye?
from your previous posts, I thought you were/are wanting perfection.
aT least in trusting high dollar equipment over mid range.
it is true that 5nm is twice as good as 10nm.
if a TV had adjustment precision that operated at 5nm steps then
the idea that a high dollar meter is needed and twice as accurate holds water.
I do understand your thinking and have struggled with "accuracy" issues and
methodology needed to minimize errors.
pattern source, proper order of displaying them, accurate meters and their needed
order of reading, contact vs tripod, profile tables at what brightness, repeatable readings, drivers, PC hardware, signal type, 4:2:2 RGB ect, signal hz, then the
which primary needs a bump.
Then the inherent problems with doing plasma.
ABL. window size, panel fatigue, meter heat, IR.
After all the mental games and what ifs, I have determined that even a
midrange PG, meter, program can improve an image.