[Tig] plasma vs LCD in the grading room

Ted Langdell ted at tedlangdell.com
Sat Jun 26 01:46:51 BST 2010

On Jun 25, 2010, at 4:14 PM, Robert Houllahan wrote:

> LCD most of which are 8 bits like the Flanders.

But not all Flanders are 8-bit.

Flanders' 24" LM-2470W  has a 10-bit panel with 10-bit processing and  
LED backlight and what Flanders calls the Color Fidelity Engine.

The CFE allows the monitor to store and instantly switch between  
several distinct 64x64x64 Matrix 3D LUTs, which allows the monitor to  
very accurately reproduce any of the instantly selectable color spaces  
found on the monitor.

The LUT engine from the LM-2470W has been put into the 24" 8-bit panel  
unit—now called the LM-2460W—which has 10-bit processing and flor.  
backlight, for the same price as the model it replaced.


Disclaimer:  I use a LM-2450W, the 2460's predecessor to demo  
equipment, and do include them with some film transfer equipment  

Ted Langdell
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