Mini LED Backlit – Spectral Correction

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    Colya Zucker 80
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    Dear Forum,

    I have a “Lenovo Creator Extreme” 99% P3, 4K IPS Mini LED-Backlit Monitor that I want to calibrate with a i1 Display Plus and maka a 3D LUT for Resolve (addressing it from my Ultrastudio 4k)

    I tried different spectral corrections and “WLED Family” as well as “99%P3 (Macbook Pro Retina 2016) seem to give good results.

    There seems to be no spectral correction for this particular monitor out there in the wild web.

    Any help or recommendations for the right profile are highly appreciated :))

    Have a great day!


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    It cannot be “White LED” without surnames.. colorspace is not so big.

    Measure native gamut green, if it is a WLED PFS phosphor it will give you a hint of which flavor between them (P3 like macs, almost P3, AdobeRGB green)… although if you colorimeter sensivity curves are close to std obs where WLED PFS  CCSS files flavors are different between them they will be no change and any of them should work.
    AdobeRGB green coudl also point to a QLED backlight but without an spectrphotometer’s reading  it’s guessing (based on known behaviours but guessing).

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