[Tig] Nitmeter of choice for Lumina's ???

R Williams rwilliams
Sat Apr 15 08:32:13 BST 2006


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That's one good thing about standards -- nobody reads them!
SMPTE 166 and 167.
Since 1990,  has not changed and is part of the HDTV standard.
And what are you setting up to? the myth of 30??

Thanks
Ronald Williams
The LANDMARK group
LA Ca.


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---------- Original Message -----------
From: "Graham Collett" <grahamcollett at sprockets-telecine.co.uk>
To: <rwilliams at landmarkcolor.com>, "'Jan & Eileen'" <wb9iph at ameritech.net>,
<tig at tig.colorist.org>
Sent: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 07:44:11 +0100
Subject: RE: [Tig] Nitmeter of choice for Lumina's ???

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> Wow! 35fl is a bit hot isn't it ... Good for Sony's tube changing
> schedule though !
> 
> Graham Collett
> Sprockets(telecine) Ltd
> www.sprockets-telecine.co.uk
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> Flat screens -- the PM5639/00 is good for any Phosphor based display.
> CRT, 
> Plasma, SED.
> For LCD panels, the only instrument that is designed for the LC twist
> reading is the DK Tech(Philips)PM5639/06. A Spectral based unit can 
> be used but Very difficult to get in the proper alignment.
> 
> The white point for SD and HD is 6500 Dg K-  Film as of the current
> thinking 
> is 5400 Dg K--we are changing it for digital cinema. Not yet though.
> 
> It doesn't matter what the elements are being worked on. -- the standard
> is the standard. 6500 and 35 FtL or the best the display can do. If 
> it can't do it -- don't judge on it. Just use it as a working display.
> 
> I am involved with DK Tech. and Minolta as the tech advisor.
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> Ron Williams
> The LANDMARK Group
> LA Ca
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> Thanks
> Ronald Williams
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> From: "Jan & Eileen" <wb9iph at ameritech.net>
> To: <tig at tig.colorist.org>
> Sent: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 18:02:35 -0500
> Subject: [Tig] Nitmeter of choice for Lumina's ???
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> > Thanks to oktobor for supporting the TIG
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> > Here's a question for the forum that has me stumped....
> > 
> > With the preponderance of flatscreen's making their way into video
> > use these days...  (And we all know they are only going to become 
> > more predominant....)
> > 
> > And, With the Phillips/PTV 5639 manual indicating that the unit is
> > only good for CRT's.....
> > 
> > Has anyone been able to develop a setting for the 5639 that will
> > work for the Lumina's or find a different unit -- so that it could 
> > be used on Sony Lumina's, or other flat panels?
> > 
> > And, speaking of Lumina's...  Should the target white grey and black
> > screen remain 6500D K or 5600D K, as someone told me?
> > 
> > These are in edit rooms, not transfer suites -- Thank goodness!!! :)
> > Thanks...
> > 
> > Jan
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