[Tig] calibration meter experiences for digital projectors

Richard Meintjens richard at rvm.nl
Mon Nov 6 11:30:33 GMT 2006

Hi All,

Regarding color calibration, what color temperature are you using for
your monitors
and projectors. We're grading for television as well as film, and think
6500 is to
warm, but 9300 is too cold. Is there any white paper discussing the
ideal color
temperature for both media ?

regards, Richard

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Can anyone relate their experiences with either the Photo Research
PR-650 or
the Minolta CS200 calibration meters? Are you satisfied or disappointed?
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