Noting can keep my mind away from thinking that, we, experimenting-users we will be constrained in the flaky-calibration domain, due to limited sensor accuracy.
Switching to a professional tool, means money.
At this point, we could be thinking, how much our sensor is keeping us away from a very good calibration.....
BUT.... ther is a "but"!
If someone had some seriuos equipment and made some tests and discovered that tipically some cheap sensors could benefit from compensated values, we could bring our tests, a step beyond.
So the qeustion is, if did anyone tested Eyeone Display LT/2 with some extremely costly equipment, to check accuracy?
If so, are those compensation values well known?
Can our best friend HCFR take thos compensations?