Posted on January 3, 2015 By Lisa Feierman
This is the advanced calibration information for the Sony VPL-VW1100ES projector, available only to our paid subscribers.
As usual, Sony provides a range of color spaces that make using a CMS unnecessary. Nonetheless, it’s odd that a projector in this price range doesn’t have a CMS. BT.709 was just about right on the Rec. 709 standard, with a chromaticity error that rarely exceeded 1%, with a maximum of 2.2% in one instance. This is excellent performance that is sometimes not achievable in projectors that do have a CMS. The other color spaces expanded the gamut to varying degrees. Color Space 1 and Adobe RGB expand the gamut the most. There is also an even wider DCI color space, which is designed to conform to the DCI standard.
Click to enlarge these charts, pre- and post-calibration.
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