After calibrating with displaycal, I see that I can view Delta E 2000 average after calibration in the report. Is there a way to also see/record the value prior to calibration so I can see what the difference is? Thanks.
How would you go about determining that, and if it is wide gamut then which?
You should know it in advance when you bought that monitor. sRGB “common” displays, widegamut P3 or AdoberGB or AdobeRGB+P3 displays.
For context I test 2-3 different laptop panels a week, previously I had just been using the Spyder 5 with their software, but now I’m using the i1 Display Pro with DisplayCAL.
For testing laptops since you have a very high variety of WLED sRGB backlights you may need an spectrophotometer. Also most newer widegamut laptop models may have new backlights and you do not know wich one.
On desktop monitors, specially specialized ones for image editing we know or can know backlight (community, review) so a i1displaypro should be enough.
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