Calibration of Monitor, is Gamma or Colour temperature most important?

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OP Mihle Regular Member • Posts: 231
Re: Calibration of Monitor, is Gamma or Colour temperature most important?

Austinian wrote:

Mihle wrote:

If anyone stumble over this Thread and wonder, here is after calibration:

I think the doted line is sRGB if I remember right

Not close to being P3 but thats fine
I did use "LCD PFS Phosphor WLED IPS, 94% p3" in correction in DisplayCal because that what someone else said I should use......

Looks good; My only concern is that I see that correction was recommended by Florian Hoch for the LG32UD99 (not the same as our UD89's, but maybe similar?).

So I might try that correction myself and see what results I get; I've been using the ordinary WLED. Thanks!

After posting the same photos to the same person the person changed opinion and said its probably not "LCD PFS Phosphor WLED IPS, 94% p3". He arent sure anymore.
LG support said to me now that its normal WLED, I dont know what to believe anymore Have tried to ask LG support about something related.

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