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?
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Austinian wrote:

Mihle wrote:

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.

Ah! Maybe I won't try that correction after all.

What the DisplayCAL correction on mine says is, "Spectral: LCD White LED family (AC, LG, Samsung). That was the only correction I saw that mentioned LG (except OLED, which we don't have).

I did a web search to see if I could find out more, but nothing has turned up yet. The colors I'm getting look pretty good and the DisplayCAL report seems OK, so I'll probably leave things as-is unless your inquiries turn up anything, in which case please let me know.

I think WLED is the correct thing to use, so I used that one now.

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