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  1. Hi Everyone I am a DP from India. Often the cameras that come for shoot don't have properly calibrated monitors and viewfinders. Since there isnt always a DIT on set, different monitors have different look. Especially if the camera viewfinder doesn't seem right it's a frustrating experience. Is there a way I can calibrate the viewfinder and onboard camera monitor for the Alexa or Red cameras? I don't mind buying a device/tool to do the job. Can somebody pls suggest a solution. Thanks Varun
  2. Selling a X-Rite i1Basic Pro 2 Monitor Calibrator. Brand new and unopened. i1Basic Pro 2 is designed for imaging professionals who rely on accurate color for their monitors and projectors, who want to track and verify monitor and print quality, and capture spot color measurement. i1Basic Pro 2 includes i1Pro 2 Spectrophotometer, i1Profiler Software, PANTONE Color Manager Software, i1 accessories: Ambient Light Measurement Head, Monitor Holder, Scanning Ruler, Backup Board, Spot Color Positioning Target, Soft Carrying Case ColorTRUE mobile app. http://www.xrite.com/i1basic-pro-2 PayPal transactions only Asking price is $750 Contact me at scott.oberlander@forjdigital.com
  3. Hi, selling an Eizo CG275W 27" Pro LCD Monitor which has just been professionally calibrated. Monitor is still under general warranty until mid of 2017. Comes with original box. The CG275W has an internal meter that can be used for auto-self-calibration so that the screen always stays color accurate. Screen is in MINT condition and is located in Los Angeles but can ship within US. Specs Technology LCD Type H-IPS Backlight type WCG-CCFL Size 27" / 68 cm (684 mm diagonal) Native Resolution 2560 x 1440 (16:9 aspect ratio) @ 60Hz Display Size (H x V) 596.7 x 335.6 mm Pixel Pitch 0.2331 x 0.2331 mm Grayscale Tones 1024 tones (a pallete of 65281 tones) Display Colors 1.07 billion from a palette of 278 trillion (maximum) Viewing Angles (H / V, typical) 178°, 178° Brightness (typical) 270 cd/m2 Recommended Brightness for Calibration 120 cd/m2 or less Contrast Ratio (typical) 850:1 Response Time (typical) 6 ms (Gray-to-gray) Wide Gamut Coverage (typical) sRGB/Rec709/EBU/SMPTE-C: 100%, Adobe RGB: 97%, DCI: 91% Input/Output Connectors Analog None Digital 1x DVI-D 1x DisplayPort (with HDCP) 1x Mini DisplayPort (with HDCP) 3 user CAL memories that can be used to calibrate the Eizo with a 64^3 3D LUT for perfect color performance. PM me for pricing or make an offer. - Mike
  4. Hi, selling an Eizo CG275W 27" Pro LCD Monitor which has just been professionally calibrated. Monitor is still under general warranty until mid of 2017. Comes with original box. The CG275W has an internal meter that can be used for auto-self-calibration so that the screen always stays color accurate. Screen is in MINT condition and is located in Los Angeles but can ship within US. Specs Technology LCD Type H-IPS Backlight type WCG-CCFL Size 27" / 68 cm (684 mm diagonal) Native Resolution 2560 x 1440 (16:9 aspect ratio) @ 60Hz Display Size (H x V) 596.7 x 335.6 mm Pixel Pitch 0.2331 x 0.2331 mm Grayscale Tones 1024 tones (a pallete of 65281 tones) Display Colors 1.07 billion from a palette of 278 trillion (maximum) Viewing Angles (H / V, typical) 178°, 178° Brightness (typical) 270 cd/m2 Recommended Brightness for Calibration 120 cd/m2 or less Contrast Ratio (typical) 850:1 Response Time (typical) 6 ms (Gray-to-gray) Wide Gamut Coverage (typical) sRGB/Rec709/EBU/SMPTE-C: 100%, Adobe RGB: 97%, DCI: 91% Input/Output Connectors Analog None Digital 1x DVI-D 1x DisplayPort (with HDCP) 1x Mini DisplayPort (with HDCP) 3 user CAL memories that can be used to calibrate the Eizo with a 64^3 3D LUT for perfect color performance. PM me for pricing. - Mike
  5. Hey all, I'm a film student and i just bought a used sekonic light meter 758d. I wanted to match it with the red scarlet i'm usually using for shooting. So i set up a 18% greycard and used false colors in Redcolor3 view to match the mid grey (green color on the card). Camera was set to 640 ISO, 25 fps, 1/50, f8. After i took a reflective reading with my sekonic i found that i should set it to 320 ISO, 25fps, 180 degree, to match the f8. Anyway after turning false colors off i found the image of the greycard way darker than i expected. I also tryed to expose a skin tone on the same lighting setup (on f 5,6 to get it properly exposed) and still seemed a bit underexposed. Then i decided to try matching the light meter in Raw view. After i got green on the card with false colours turned on i swithced back to Redcolor and i had much better feeling with the image. So my first question is, am i doing something wrong to match my sekonic or is there a better or more acurate way to do it ? Second, should i match it in raw view or redcolor3 when considering, that the clipping and crashing levels are the same in both modes ? Sry for my english :)
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