Posted on March 2, 2014 By Lisa Feierman
This is the advanced calibration information for the Epson Pro Cinema G6900 WU projector, available only to our paid subscribers.
The color gamut is not bad by default. This is a good thing because the CMS is inconsistent in its ability to improve the color gamut. With the primaries, the Saturation control had almost no effect. As a result, only small improvements could be made, particularly with Red. The secondary colors fared much better and I was able to really minimize the error. That being said, the calibrated result does not look much different from the default (switching back and forth between Theatre and sRGB, for example). Skin tones look pretty good in either mode.
Pretty good picture overall while still putting out almost 3000 lumens calibrated.
Click to enlarge these charts, pre- and post-calibration.
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