And does all of this provide a better picture then than just doing off screen calibration using i1d3 and HCFR?Make sure you turn off all processing in addition to turning off auto iris. Before you press "start" go back and check the position of the Spyder within the "box," You want to make sure it is as close as possible to the right side without going outside.Thanks, ok so generally does the order of things go like this?
1. Let X750R warm up for at least 45 minutes.
2. Turn off auto-iris & open iris up fully.
2. Use JVC Calibration software/Spyder5Pro to run Gamma+Color adjustments & save Gamma & Color adjustments.
3. Use i1D3 & HCFR to do off-screen measures and fine adjustments of contrast, brightness & greyscale only (leaving Gamma & Color as was done and set by JVC software)
After your gamma and color autocal, make sure you do a color only calibration of the custom color profiles you intend to use.
I supposed you can do greyscale after the autocal, but I have found that just adjusting 100% white to D6500--using only the Gains control---is very effective and it tracks well when checked with my i1D3 and Chromapure.