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I have been calibrating my FP (Ruby) the past couple of days and for some reason when using HCFR, the gamma chart keeps tracking on 1.9 rather than 2.2. Is there a setting change I need to make. I have my preference set to 2.22. Please help or explain.


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I have been calibrating my FP (Ruby) the past couple of days and for some reason when using HCFR, the gamma chart keeps tracking on 1.9 rather than 2.2. Is there a setting change I need to make. I have my preference set to 2.22. Please help or explain.


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Is it your measurements or target that is 1.9 ? If it your target then you can change this under Advanced menu>Peferences>Reference. Near the bottom of the page is target gamma (default 2.2).


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Is it your measurements or target that is 1.9 ? If it your target then you can change this under Advanced menu>Peferences>Reference. Near the bottom of the page is target gamma (default 2.2).


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I have my target set to 2.2 in the preferences, but my measurements are mostly at 1.9 when looking at gamma curve. I was hoping that there was a bug in the software or I was doing something wrong. My delta e for 20-90 ire is low.. none are over 2 and several are under 1.


Also of note is that my color temp is nearly spot on for 6500k for 20-90 ire.


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Originally Posted by stepmback /forum/post/14251271


I have my target set to 2.2 in the preferences, but my measurements are mostly at 1.9 when looking at gamma curve. I was hoping that there was a bug in the software or I was doing something wrong. My delta e for 20-90 ire is low.. none are over 2 and several are under 1.

Did you see Tom H's reply to your original post here?

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...9#post14246439


hope this helps,



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I'm in the same boat. I got my EyeOne LT yesterday, and discovered that my plasma's gamma has been tracking at 1.9 for the last two years, even though I have 2.2 selected in the display menu. To achieve a gamma of 2.2, I actually have to select 2.5 in the display.



The rub is that I can achieve an almost perfect greyscale at 1.9, but I'm having a much harder time smoothing out the bumps at the higher gamma (I only have R/B low/high to work with). I'll give it another go tonight, but I'm afraid I may be forced to choose between a better greyscale and a more contrasty image. I do almost all my viewing in the evening, so a higher gamma is certainly desirable.
 
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