REVIEW: Samsung 245T Part 12
Comparison of calibration to AdobeRGB with AdobeRGB standard
WideColorGamut monitors have their problems in precisely displaying the sRGB colour space because of the extended colour space. However, their strengths come to the fore when we examine the standards for graphics artists – and it is the same with the Samsung 245T. Calibration precision and results are both convincing.
The contrast, at 849:1, is t a very good level statically. We took the following settings as a basis for the result: brightness 7, gamma +0,2, R=52, G=47, B=50.
Comparison of calibration to ECI 2.0 with ECI 2.0 standard
Just like AdobeRGB, the ECI 2.0 standard can also be displayed. Calibration to the necessary values of 5000K, 120 cd/m² minimum and Lstar is carried out without difficulty by the Samsung 245T: brightness 10, gamma +0,6, R=61, G=50, B=38.
The graphics card correction curve shows that the software only needs to access the colour output a little.
Representation of the RGB correction curve after sRGB calibration. The closer the three colour lines are to the 45° axis, the fewer colours must be discarded for the correct calibration of the graphics card and the more complete the colour gradients remain.
That the SyncMaster 245T is a treat for graphics artists is demonstrated not only by the extensive setting options and good calibration results, but also by the monitor’s performance in the professional UGRA test. The SyncMaster 245T shows its best side here and passes all challenges with excellent results.
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