Originally Posted by Chad B
I've done 125 pt with the Lumagen; I haven't yet done or seen the ee color box or similar except for seeing it demoed at the CEDIA trade show, but that's not saying much. However, that isn't relevant to our disagreement, which stemmed from you saying you didn't think blue could be tamed without the help of that equipment and procedure.
I have nothing against it. I have no time limits on my normal calibration, only on my cheaper "Geek Buster" calibration service.
I use my Jeti for everything unless either there is too much ambient light or I need to take an accurate black reading on a high contrast display. In those situations the profiled C6 does nicely.
Well then you don't know what you are talking about. Doing a 125 point Lut cube calibration using a Lumagen Radiance 3D is just a start and very easy to do.
btw just because you use a Lumagen doesn't mean it will store and processes a 3D LUT cube calibration, even if its just a small LUT (125 point).
I use my Radiance Mini 3D for generating triplet patterns not single patterns that you use . However before Calman started to support eecolor I used my Radiance Mini 3D for the small LUT cubes.
Yes I have a C6 but imo it just will not compare to my K10-A in any of what you are using your C6 for.
Yes all this is relevant to my statement.
1. I said "really taming Blue" ( I am sure your standard calibration also helps tame blue but not to the point I am talking about). That leads to my second point.
2. At-least a 771 color point LUT, that's what "really taming Blue"
You seem to be a decent man, and try and help others, if you want I can help you if you want to stop by my house I will be happy to show you how all of this works.
Also understand there is one differences between you and me, I don't do calibrating for money so I am void of most suspicion ( not saying you have any ulterior motive)