Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD
The i1pro splits the light into 10 nanometer increments, whats why you see a few steps on i1pro reading, it can't catch well the whole spectral spikes because of its limited optical resolution.
I can confirm what you posted.
When using a I1Pro 2 (10nm) to profile a K10-A , then run a full LS 17^3 profile/LUT on a VT60. Now using CM5 Pro Quick checker , Red lines up pretty well in all the tests charts.
Doing the same thing using a Jeti specbos (5nm) to profile a K10-A, then running a QC red shows a slight non linear and there for doesn't line up as well.
About a month ago Luhr Jensen (Klein) wanted to run tests on my I1Pro using his CS2000, his test showed that there was a slight problem reading Red and other colors but not to the point the I1Pro 2 was bad. .
So I thought it was the I1Pro 2 causing this because of the reports I got from both LS and CM.
I also used Luhr's offsets for my I1Pro 2 but if anything that made my I1Pro 2 read slightly worse. Manly because he was taking the readings from his Plasma not mine.
End results using the Jeti over the I1Pro 2 to profile, yes the reds in my display are now better but not spot on but close, along with all the reads and aspects of a calibration.
Is there a day night difference no, is there a very notable difference yes
I edited my post after watching some of the Borgias series on Blu Ray, with all the different shades of red in this series. Its like eye candy seeing these shades of red for the first time.Edited by sillysally - 11/14/13 at 12:41am