Originally Posted by Geof
I'm surprised no one has commented on this yet. Unless I misunderstand, the 125 color calibration capability sounds like a great solution for correcting the non-linear luminance and saturation responses that up until now could not be fully corrected with a typical CMS.
As mentioned in Tom's new gear article this could have significant impact on PQ.....
That's exactly right. In the immortal words of Joe Biden, "This is a big f'ing deal."
BTW, I should have mentioned, anyone opting for this should be using a fast and accurate meter with good low-light sensitivity, such as the Display 3 PRO, Hubble, or K-10. If you try and do this with a Chroma 5, Display 2 or i1Pro you either won't get the desired results or you may get them after the 2 hours it takes for the process to complete. I would also recommend not using a reference spectroradiometer either. Each calibration may take 600-700 readings. That's the best way I know of to wear out a shutter.