Originally Posted by sillysally
I would tend to agree with Kevin, about his setting for sharpness in non ISF mode. I will check ISF mode tonight and see if I can raise sharpness from -15 to -13.
So the question is, do you have a good calibration in ISF mode. How did Kevin over come the problem in ISF mode, using your PS3 ?
I tried using -13 last night when in ISF mode. I ended up using -15.
Da, D-Nice doesn't take anything for granted. He is probably right about the "white clipping" and closing ISF mode. When you are setting up ISF modes for the first time, then close ISF mode you will revert back to user modes, and what ever settings are in that mode.
As far as using the 9pt gamma controls in ISF mode, they are a good tool to have. Yes If you don't need to use them then don't use them. However if used with care and understanding the 9pt gamma controls are good to have. And as far as I can tell, if used properly there is np using them.
1 important thing to remember when you use ISF mode and controlcal, make sure that Orbiter is turned on. The reason for this is if you use ISF mode for any length of time , you might get image retention. Of course even if you do get image retention, it will go away over time.
Update: I just got done with my calibrations from last night. And I must say that Kevin is right about the 9pt gamma. I did work with my settings for my 141 and BD51. However this time when I started to check the settings from last night using the 9pt gamma, much to my surprise my settings from last night in the lower IREs were goofy. So I had to recalibrate once more tonight. O well live and learn.