Role of sensor in color rendering?

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JimKasson
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Re: Role of sensor in color rendering?
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57even wrote:

Tri-stimulus colour spaces don't replicate human vision either

Please explain.

Are you talking about:

  • Departures from color-normalcy?
  • Variations in color responses within the color-normal range?
  • Spatial effects?
  • Adaptation?
  • Non-physical primaries?

Or something else?

- but if a display/printer is calibrated properly it should at least be hue accurate for the range of colours it can display. sRGB also hides some of the worst issues with extreme hue angles that might appear with wide colour spaces.

If Rec.2020 ever becomes implemented on monitors, colour accuracy is going to be a lot more troublesome with a lot of cameras.

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