Originally Posted by bobof
I was also interested in this question, never got much of a useful answer from anyone. I did just obtain a used Jeti 1201 and have a friend now with LS10000; if I get a chance to get to his place I will try and compare the two.
Well I have an Epson ls10000 myself but nobody around with an expensive spectrometer.
However, I did compare calibrating the Epson EH-ls10000 with and without high res mode with my i1 pro2.
My experience is that the high res made quite the difference and had visually significantly improved the calibration result on the screen.
Basically, without high res mode, it will tell you that the white has more blue than it really does.
If you correct it according to the reading, you may end up with a green/red push on the screen while the i1pro2 10nm without high res give you excellent deltaE.
Without high res mode to calibrate dci-p3 d65 (digital cinema), I had to calibrate and touch the controls much more than in high res.
In high res, basically it's directly almost perfect out of the box matching dci-p3 d65 for all undersaturations.
From what I have read witg measurements performed with higher end spectro, this should be more like that...
So right now, i1 pro2 with high res mode made a very good impression for such spiky spectrum.
Confirmation against referenced
Certified spectro would be really interesting.