Yes but you didn't measure any of the saturation sweeps. If you think your image is lacking color that is what I would check.Here is the primary and secondary color CIE if it helps. I found adjustments for Hue, Saturation and Brightness for RGBCMY, so if they need adjusted, I think I know where to go.
Actually it can, it is as good as low light as you let it just extremely slow, and will bias the received black curve up and start slightly wavering in readouts (0.1 dE black drift), as opposed to cutting off like say i1 Display 3 does when you exceed its sensitivity range. Short version, its light reading below about 10% PQ are boosted while actual output isn't.Hi, if you have i1Studio (spectrophotometer) it can't be used to perform a full calibration, especially with projectors, as it's not good at low light measurements. You can use it only for creating a meter correction table for a colorimeter, nothing else.
There’s no way to calibrate for BT.1886 unless you have 10- or 20-pt gamma control.Hy!
I want to calibrate a benq w2000 projector to bt.1886 gamma curve. But the projector only has 2 point white balance control.
Do you suggest to target bt.1886? And if yes which ire level need I to use at low end?