I’m trying to calibrate my CG2420 Eizo following Macleod92’s guide on LINK
At first I kept getting horrible results. No matter what I did: relative colorimetric, absolute color with whitepoint scaling. iterative grey balancing. The resulting 3DLUT was just glitchy and had apparent colorbanding. Even the gamma looked off..
I fount out the problem wasn’t in my colornavigator calibration or the monitor itself: validating the colornavigator profile got me a OK-ish result! So the problem had to be in the LUT generation process. As I read elsewhere on the forum I downgraded my Argyll CMS to 1.8.3 and that did the trick. I get a better calibration result now (still only if I use the relative colorimetric setting).
What is happening here? Anything I can do to fix this? I rather not to be too dependent on colornavigator calibrations as it is a black box and they are not so good as well. And I would rather have a good Displaycal 3DLUT as I really like the software!
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