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color temperature puzzle
I have a question that is keeping me puzzled.
Why is there a difference between the colortemperature of a monitor (measured
correctly with a dedicated color temperature meter/probe) and for example light
on the set measured with a light colortemperature???
In other words: I measure the colortemperature with the CE 100 from Minolta,
which is the dedicated for monitor calibration, it reads on my monitor 5600K
(example). When I then dubble check with a Minolta Colormeter II or III it
reads about 1000K less (4600K)!!! So we are fooled here!!! I called Minolta
and they were telling me that the standard for both meters have been set by the
CIE in France. Looking into that I learned that these standards have been set
even before colorTV was worhtwhile looking at....
Is there something I do not understand or do we as colorists have to write to
the CIE look into the standards??????? Can anybody help me on this topic.
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look at the results as they are manifested in the present.
And if you want to understand what results will be manifested
in the future, look at the causes that exist in the present.
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