is colorimeter correction needed for gamma calibration?

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    NoVoicemail
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    Do ccss or ccmx affect gamma calibration when wp is “as measured”?

    If I used i1d3 with a random correction file, will gamma calibration be the same as without? (when WP is set to “as measured”)

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    That is a 2 answer for 1 question for me.   Ccss or ccmx effects the colors.   White has equal amounts of red, green and blue.

    It does not effect gamma.   It measures native white at 255,255,255 and calibrates all whites to that.  I do not know what value of white it measures.   It is a high value for sure.   High values do have errors in them in uncalibrated state sometimes.  White lumance gamma will be correct.     Color temp will be off.   It may have visual tint.

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