The X20's Green Problem

Started May 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
Nukunukoo
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Re: Here's a printed target result

steras wrote:

Interesting. What this show is that if you don't look closer than 100% of the image, the green issue does not really matter. One thing that I forgot to mention is that, with my spirals, the thickness and distance between stroke is less than 3 pixels. At that size (and smaller), does the artefacting become more pronounced- Remember, the big "green hole" is just two pixels wide and a single pixel to the next green blocks.

Also, to be more objective, the green should be a "pure" RGB  (or #00FF00) green, the closest I got to that is with an AMOLED screen. Of course there are some flaws to that but as far as printing is concerned, you actually mix yellow and blue.

Liz.

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