Originally Posted by Aaron S
Thanks for your feedback !!
I'm not sure I follow you on your comment about contrast though. I thought I had set the 100% Y (of xyY ) values between the 2 modes fairly close (168 vs 172 ) with different contrast for the different modes. I think I recall trying with a lower contrast in the user mode and saw the same shape. I'll try to find it and post it.
Any comments on the off reading for green?
0.040 /0.545 /3.498 /13.097 /24.309 /39.058 /57.923 /78.830 /104.966 /133.991 /167.860 = Movie mode
0.050 /0.469 /3.966 /15.701 /29.247 /46.097 /67.781 /91.553 /121.432 /148.870 /171.991 = User mode
What I mean is that looking at the numbers above you'll see that from 30IRE and up overall light output decreased, giving you a smoother curve. What you need to do is adjust your brightness/contrast controls(w/ patterns) EVERY TIME
you change modes. That way you can do a more direct
About your green oversaturation, that's typical of digital displays. If you don't have Color decoder
controls, there's nothing you can do about it.