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I finally got around to calibrating my 60ST60-which IMHO turned out great and looks spectacular.

The one thing I found odd was that I did not need to adjust luminance/Y of any of the primaries.

Is my set perfect or did I miss something??


Screen shots of Calman below.





 

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Be happy with your set. The measurements looks very good. To be sure, not only 100% saturation points are good, you may run ColorChecker and saturation / luminance sweeps. This gives you more objective view how is your set inside color gamut i.e. like viewing real content.
 
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Thanks that's a good idea.

I would say that when viewing much of the content looks great in all aspects but is under saturated.

Will report back after I run colrchecker and sweeps.
 

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Originally Posted by randal_r  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24547764


Hi,


I have been looking at the "Y" values vs. the Target "Y" values and I am bewildered as to why your color chart (Red though to Magenta) would illustrate such results. I have a feeling that it might be a hardware issue. I would like to make a suggestion. Try to redo a calibration in another video mode; Standard vs Cinema. See if the results are the same. All in all, by the numbers you have done a excellent job. By what I see you should have near perfect Brightness / Contrast and no Gamma issues. Another thing that comes to mind is "do you have all of the auto features turned off"? Recheck.


Good luck.

Thanks for the info, I will give another calibration after I run colorcheker and sweeps.

All enhancements were turned off.
 

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Are you calibrating color at 100% saturation, the ST60 color calibrates best at 75/75 in my experience.
 

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Originally Posted by chunon  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24551011


Are you calibrating color at 100% saturation, the ST60 color calibrates best at 75/75 in my experience.

I agree 75% amplitude and 75% saturation.
 

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Originally Posted by hungro  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24553625


I agree 75% amplitude and 75% saturation.

I'm using the smallest AVSHD APL Calman windows at 75%.
 

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Originally Posted by trans_lux  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24557005


I'm using the smallest AVSHD APL Calman windows at 75%.

You should use GCD or Mascior's Calibration Disk. Gamut Calibration Disk has the patterns you need.
 

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Originally Posted by hungro  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24557725


You should use GCD or Mascior's Calibration Disk. Gamut Calibration Disk has the patterns you need.

The Mascior disc is not 100% compatible with calman, there are some triplet differences since it was designed to be used with chromapure. I would stick with GCD
 

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Be sure to check use constant luminance with saturation sweeps in Calman 5 when using the gcd disc. It's under work flow advanced.
 

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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24560001


Be sure to check use constant luminance with saturation sweeps in Calman 5 when using the gcd disc. It's under work flow advanced.
Thank you will do.

Can you explain why this is correct/beneficial, only for plasma?
 

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Originally Posted by chunon  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24559747


The Mascior disc is not 100% compatible with calman, there are some triplet differences since it was designed to be used with chromapure. I would stick with GCD

Oops, i forgot one is for Chromapure and the other is for Calman. Like Chunon said stick with GCD. I use Chromapure personaly.
 

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Originally Posted by trans_lux  /t/1524774/no-need-to-adjust-luminance-y-on-panasonic-60st60-plasma#post_24561073


Thank you will do.

Can you explain why this is correct/beneficial, only for plasma?
the rgb triplets for the gcd are different from the CMD HD disc and Ted's disc and so the use constant luminance with saturation targets lets Calman 5 know that.
 
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