EIZO CG2700X bad uniformity?

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    Marko82
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    It’s funny that you understand all about color theory and technology but you couldn’t tell a grandmother how to screw in a light bulb or peel an orange. but of course it’s a conspiracy.

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    Vincent
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    14:20 GMT and still no SPD reading… (maybe it could be a QLED after all)

    spotread -H and -s or -S will do the job.

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    Vincent
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    19:00 GMT and… still no CCSS or spectral power distribution plot:

    https://colorimetercorrections.displaycal.net/

    It’s seems that until a decent reviewer measures it, potential buyers won’t know if CG2700X is a WLED PFS (AdobeRGB flavor) like all the other CGXs so CN could be easily corrected with EDR from Eizo APAC

    … or….

    , surprise,  it may be a QLED from AUO (like some Asus PG models, although with Eizo Quality Control)… which has no EDR for Xrite and would need to be made from scratch (interpolate 3nm custom CCSS to 1nm, replace data in GB-LED EDR, pack with ccss2edr, replace in CN).

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 6 days ago by Vincent.
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