Originally Posted by Guz911
, does this new probe matching capability improve meter profiling with c6 and i1pro2 as spectro?
The problem with i1PRO2, for that method is that it will require to read some patches with low luminance and it may have problem to provide an accurate reading.
So if you use an inaccurate reading, this will provide later worse results.
Ideally you have to take volumetric measurements with each meter, this means you need 5-Point Cube measurements.
When you take 5-Point measurements means than you will measure with 4-Point of Luminance (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%)
Steve recommends to use a high-end spectro as you will measure patches not so bright.
For example, if you measure an OLED with 100 nits peak and native gamma 2.2:
The luminance levels of the Red patches will be:
100%: ~21 nits
75%: ~11 nits
50%: ~4,5 nits
25%: ~1 nit
The luminance levels of the Blue patches will be:
100%: ~7 nits
75%: ~4 nits
50%: ~1,6 nits
25%: ~0.4 nit
So using a better spectro, you will have better results.
But with i1PRO, I think you can try for the start the small cube, the 3-Point Cube.
Or export the 5-Point Cube patch to CVS file, open with excel and remove the lowest points (the 25%)....Steve can comment if this may work.
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