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Unread 12-10-2013, 06:52 PM   #1
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Default TC-P55VT60 calibration report and controlcal for ISF night

I usually use the 10% GCD windows with 100%/100% color patterns, but this go I used 10% MCD (mascior's disc) with the 100%/100% color patterns. My colorchecker results weren't as good as I hoped, but will give this a go once my set matures more. I may use 75%/75% color and see how things look then. I'm posting this as I haven't seen any users post settings for the 55VT60. I used a Colormunki Photo (spectro) to do the entire calibration, so at the low end it's probably not as accurate as if I was using a newer colorimeter such as the Display3. This was also my first calibration with ControlCal, so all in all, I have some improving to do.

(just change the .txt controlcal file to .xml to view/use it, didn't feel like zipping it up)
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Unread 12-17-2013, 08:14 AM   #2
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I usually use the 10% GCD windows with 100%/100% color patterns, but this go I used 10% MCD (mascior's disc) with the 100%/100% color patterns. My colorchecker results weren't as good as I hoped, but will give this a go once my set matures more. I may use 75%/75% color and see how things look then. I'm posting this as I haven't seen any users post settings for the 55VT60. I used a Colormunki Photo (spectro) to do the entire calibration, so at the low end it's probably not as accurate as if I was using a newer colorimeter such as the Display3. This was also my first calibration with ControlCal, so all in all, I have some improving to do.

(just change the .txt controlcal file to .xml to view/use it, didn't feel like zipping it up)
Thanks for posting, I will probably take a look at these. Can you possibily post day settings as well? I have the 55VT60 as well and am currently running the D-Nice settings via ControlCal as well as the D-Nice 3D settings.

I am finding the picture looks outstanding at times but at other times a bit dark where I am loosing detail. Any thoughts?

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I would like to second the last post. The ONLY complaint with D nice settings is the loss of detail in some dark scenes. But this may improve with more hours??? I too would like to know if anyone else has experienced this.
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