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I don't use primary optics which are not made by myself.


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accepted What are the RGB values that correctly represent a 5800 K white surface on a calibrated 6500 K monitor?
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comment What are the RGB values that correctly represent a 5800 K white surface on a calibrated 6500 K monitor?
Whoa! Jaw dropped to the floor. That's exactly what I was asking. Thanks! BTW, at (255, 241, 234) I think it would look like white with a slight golden hue, which makes sense.
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comment What are the RGB values that correctly represent a 5800 K white surface on a calibrated 6500 K monitor?
High precision is not important. An approximate result is okay.
May
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comment What are the RGB values that correctly represent a 5800 K white surface on a calibrated 6500 K monitor?
Obviously, a lot of things I have not thought about, thanks for all the information, I'll have to grok it slowly. Let's say the purpose is this: Photograph a black body glowing at temperature T2, with slight color errors due to camera, filtering, etc. Display it on a screen calibrated at T1. Now the challenge is to adjust the hue (relative RGB proportions) of the image so that, on a screen with that particular calibration, the surface is as close as possible to the original hue of T2. I want to make the adjustment by actually editing the file, not by shifting the monitor's parameters.
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asked What are the RGB values that correctly represent a 5800 K white surface on a calibrated 6500 K monitor?
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asked compact camera for my son?
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comment Where is the color mosaic filter on a DSLR sensor?
People who do astrophotography know a lot about camera modding. Try and lurk (or ask) on an astrophoto forum. Cloudy Nights DSLR & Digital Camera Astro Imaging & Processing forum
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