cyberbeing: thanks for that reference information - interesting considering the f520 is considered an excellent monitor for color accuracy, and still listed among the best reference monitors by displaymate. I wonder what lagrunauer's thoughts on this limitation are. I suppose the limitation derives from the chromatic quality of the phosphors.
Joel: that looks like a gorgeous piece of hardware. I spent the better half of today linearizing the gamma of the new vpixx display in our vision lab using a much more basic minolta LS-100, and would love to experiment with something of the CS-2000 caliber.
I'm having a hard time ignoring the results from drycreekphoto. Even if they had a bad batch (they tested 10 of them), the i1 display pro still fares excellently: dE's of <2 except for low luminance wide gamut where it's 2.8.
There's a substantial discussion of this study over here
. The thread starter is also the author of the study, Ethan Hansen. I'm gonna spend some time reading it, and may contact him. Based on my skimmings so far, nobody seems to have pointed out that according to his data, the i1 display pro outperforms the i1 pro in all aspects.
Assuming the data is correct, are there any other important performance parameters that would not show up on that table?