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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

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Just as long as nobody asks me any deep questions about what all these figures mean .....!

Hmm, be careful what you wish for - you might get it. When I said that, 21 posts ago, on page 3 number 10 of this thread, I didn't really expect the consequence to be that absolutely nobody would have anything to say about my lovingly compiled pre- and post-calibration gamma values for all my modern televisions ...... hey ho. :?

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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

A lot of it goes over my head ,a lot of u guys have been into this stuff for years ,going from the gt50 to zt60 I don't really have much to compare things to.some people have real problems out there and I'm fretting over sharpness and contrast lol

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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

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Son_of_SJ wrote:

Just as long as nobody asks me any deep questions about what all these figures mean .....!

Hmm, be careful what you wish for - you might get it. When I said that, 21 posts ago, on page 3 number 10 of this thread, I didn't really expect the consequence to be that absolutely nobody would have anything to say about my lovingly compiled pre- and post-calibration gamma values for all my modern televisions ...... hey ho. :?

 

Son of SJ - that table doesnt really say a lot mate.

I know for a fact its possible to get a good 2.19 / 2.2 gamma average out of the LX5090, colour temperature means nothing really - you are aiming for 6500k but its never 100% bang on.

Its interesting that your LG set is calibrated to 2.4 and the others to 2.2?   Do you knwo why - thats not an indepth question but at leats I am showing interest Wink

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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

Son_of_SJ wrote:

Son_of_SJ wrote:

Just as long as nobody asks me any deep questions about what all these figures mean .....!

Hmm, be careful what you wish for - you might get it. When I said that, 21 posts ago, on page 3 number 10 of this thread, I didn't really expect the consequence to be that absolutely nobody would have anything to say about my lovingly compiled pre- and post-calibration gamma values for all my modern televisions ...... hey ho. :?

Just posted on that thread, now I've had chance to re-read them - they make much more sense now, having seen the process first hand!

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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

ellisdj wrote:

I know for a fact its possible to get a good 2.19 / 2.2 gamma average out of the LX5090, colour temperature means nothing really - you are aiming for 6500k but its never 100% bang on.

Its interesting that your LG set is calibrated to 2.4 and the others to 2.2?   Do you knwo why - thats not an indepth question but at leats I am showing interest Wink

Hello Interested ellisdj (who needs Steve Davis, the Interesting snooker player, anyway!) surely the post-calibration temperatures are worth checking, no? Steve got them all as close to 6500K as he could.

No, I don't know why the LG is calibrated to a gamma of 2.4 whereas the other televisions are closer to 2.2 - I was more than happy to leave Steve to do what he thought was best!

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Do you know why and what that is a measure of?

6500k is white and its a measure of how accurate your white is .... Pretty sure that's correct 

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RE: 24p smooth film yes or no?

Son_of_SJ wrote:

When I said that, 21 posts ago, on page 3 number 10 of this thread, I didn't really expect the consequence to be that absolutely nobody would have anything to say about my lovingly compiled pre- and post-calibration gamma values for all my modern televisions ...... hey ho. :?

You're assuming that effort is directly proportionate to reward. Unfortunately, life doesn't work that way.

It probably doesn't help, but I read and ruminated on your post, Son_of_SJ, even though I didn't respond directly.

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