It's still not clear to me, what's going on here.
The Greyscale and Primaries are very close,
only the Secondaries are not.
Does that mean calibrating the Greyscale with the Discus would be fine?
Just problems with secondaries?
To catch up on your experiences:
Is there a thread where this has been discussed before?
For Tom Huffman "the only way to know which is right is to compare with a known reference, which you don't have."
And in earlier email replies to me:
"I have no reason to believe that it (edit:the Discus) would have any trouble reading an LG OLED. They are actually quite easy to read."
"The LG OLEDs are not an RGB source. They are WRGB, which is a totally different animal. They are quite easy to measure. The earliest OLEDs were RGB OLEDs and those are hard to measure."
As for now I can't decide what is right.
I mean the only solution I can see reading your replies is buying Colourspace HTP (or higher) for at least 1125 pounds.
Colourspace HTL will not support the Discus.
So excuse me if I'm not yet willing to give up on my Chromapure license.
Yes, I have used a matrix made with Chromapure.
How do I get the "general-ld" Discus preset.
In Chromapure in the meter setup there is just the "Standard" mode option to be chosen from (or rather choice than that).
Is that "general-id"?
In Calman I tried out all available meter modes, but it gave me identical values through all IREs everytime, so that's not right.
With "the classic 100% WRGB patch reading" do you mean the WRGB matrix reading that Chromapure does anyway?
I'm really thankful to you guys helping me, but I also wanna make up my own mind about things and understand for myself what's going on. I'm just not the believer type...