Originally Posted by vancouver
its fun to play around with and I would say its worth picking up. If nothing else it will show you how close some of the presets are.
If you do it on your own until you get it professionally calibrated I would access the ISF mode via the web browser (instructions on my first post) and do your own mini calibration using those settings.
Hmmmm, Vancouver.... When did you add this information about the ISF web interface? I certainly hadn't seen it. I should have figured that out, since it became readily apparent that the password system on these puppies is a joke.
So, my wife lost her job last week, which has put me in no position to do any sort of calibration which costs good money. So, this information may have come at just the right time for me (don't get me wrong, I expect that I'll buy ControlCal as soon as the IP enabled version comes out, but I don't want to mess with the serial cable stuff, especially if I can't currently afford a nice meter to calibrate with).
Is there any information posted about how to use this interface, and explaining what is lacking, as compared to ControlCal?
Also, I recall reading recently how important it is to save the original white balance values, etc. before you start tweaking. Can I find them via this interface, and how?
Basically, any information about how to use this interface would be much appreciated so I can do a "mini-calibration".