REVIEW: Dell 3008WFP Part 10
Comparison of sRGB mode with sRGB standard
With the sRGB monitor profile, the grey gradient display is somewhat poorer than in the factory settings. However, White Point and Cyan are better. With an average deviation of 5,3 deltaE and a maximum deviation of 10 deltaE, the result is acceptable for most users who do not have calibration tools, apart from the gamma value, which is too low.
Comparison of calibration to sRGB with sRGB standard
After calibration, the average deviation is at an acceptable level of 3.2 deltaE and only Green and Cyan demonstrate larger deviations. In view of the fact that extended colour space models generally tend to have difficulties displaying the small sRGB colour space, the result for the Dell 3008WP is very good.
sRGB settings: Brightness = 22, Contrast = 50 (standard), Red = 96, Green = 91, Blue = 100. The values are only meant as guides and cannot replace calibration.
Comparison of calibration to AdobeRGB with AdobeRGB standard
When calibrated to meet the demands of AdobeRGB, the 30-inch model plays out its strengths and recommends itself with a very good result: the average deviation is just 1,8 deltaE and the maximum deviation is under 5 deltaE.
Settings: Brightness = 4, Contrast = 50 (standard), Red = 96, Green = 92, Blue = 100. The values are only meant as guides and cannot replace calibration.
Comparison of calibration to ECI 2.0 with ECI 2.0 standard
When it comes to colour fidelity in ECI 2.0 environments, the Dell model demonstrates larger deviations of 8.2 and 10 deltaE for Red and Blue. However, the average deviation of 3.5 deltaE should be satisfactory for many users.
Settings: Brightness = 8, Contrast = 50 (standard), Red = 100, Green = 88, Blue = 82. The values are only meant as guides and cannot replace calibration.
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