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  1. Not yet al. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  2. I recently calibrated a QLED, but wasn't able to get photos. Next time I will make sure I can get some shots.[emoji4] Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  3. Well... it's been a while! Here are some before and after shots of an LG E7 which I recently calibrated. The first two pictures were taken in the 'Standard' and 'APS' picture modes, neither of which have been calibrated. The last picture is of the calibrated 'Expert Bright Room' picture mode.
  4. Some shots taken of an Epson 9200 which I calibrated for a client yesterday... apologies the middle shot is a little out of focus, it's a little hard to capture these some times. :-)
  5. Single chip DLP Domino D60, the customer still loves it and has no plans to move on as yet. I can't recall how many hours were on the lamp, but it had clocked up a few. Do you still have the CRT?
  6. I would have a serious look at a new display pro colorimeter. I have had one in my kit for a while now and hasn't drifted that much and what little drift there is is far less than other colorimeters I have used. I suspect this is largely due to its sealed design. If you want to take things a step further, you could always add a new i1pro 2 spectro down the track to profile against.
  7. Some shots of an older Sim 2 projector, which I re-calibrated for a client. In case you're wondering, the grass in the third shot is a little too 'vibrant', but this is the source material
  8. They used a combination of the plasma and and a mac for grading. I used to use 70% grey with a bias light when I was running with a projector. Sorry to hear about your meter. My i1 Display Pro is a few years old now (I profile it to a spectro to maintain accuracy) and it has aged particularly well. I used to keep it in Vanguard case to protect it from humidity, but don't tend to these days.
  9. Been working out at the SA Film Corporation this week. The picture below is taken from a 55" Panasonic ST60 and the film is "52 Tuesdays" with the colour grading etc. performed by Closer Productions Studios.
  10. You were one of the lucky ones if yours was reasonably accurate.[emoji41] I love the display pro, it's fast even with measurement smoothing enabled. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  11. Hehe....discovered these during a clean out of my desk- my early colorimeter's that I learnt with. The C5 (round one) was my first *good colorimeter. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  12. Unit has been sold. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  13. Sorry for the lack of updates, the past couple of weeks has been crazy busy! Here are some shots of an Epson 9300 projector I calibrated, please forgive the angles on which they're taken. 20170202_205345.jpg
  14. That's correct, however there are times that you simply need to adjust green. If you need to, use a light touch and be aware that it may alter brightness and gamma (so they may need to be addressed). I find Sony's usually come up well, it just takes a bit more work. The meter your using is good, the slowness your experiencing is quite normal at lower stim. Believe it or not, this meter is quite fast at lower levels compared to other meters! :-) If it becomes to much of a major concern, check measurement smoothing.
  15. Yes. :-) I have sent you a PM. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk