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  • 1.  Difference between test form IO and iSis

    Posted 21 days ago
    Edited by Arun Kumar 21 days ago
    Hello

    Good Afternoon

    Please mention the difference of the below listed items

    G7 Form IO_v2016 28x40 r2

    G7 Form_iSis_v2016 r2 28x40

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    Arun Kumar
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  • 2.  RE: Difference between test form IO and iSis

    Posted 21 days ago

    Hello Arun,

    The forms are designed with calibration and characterization targets (P2P51 + IT8 7/5(fka TC1617)) formatted for the measurement devices listed in their titles.
    • G7 Form IO_v2016 28x40 r2 is formatted for the i1iO
    • G7 Form_iSis_v2016 r2 28x40 is formatted for the i1iSis

    These can be used for G7 Master Qualification submission as they include all of the appropriate targets across Grayscale, Targeted, & Colorspace compliance.

    Best regards,

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    Jordan Gorski
    Executive Director
    Idealliance
    Alexandria VA
    (703) 837-1070
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  • 3.  RE: Difference between test form IO and iSis

    Posted 17 days ago
    Edited by Kai Yamada 17 days ago
    The difference in the 2 forms is in the TC1617 charts in the middle. The IO form has 1 TC1617 chart broken down into 2 parts that can be read on an i1 IO automated table with an i1 Pro photospectrometer. The iSis form has 2 complete TC1617 charts, that can be read on an xRite iSis chart reader.

    Either can be read manually with a handheld photospectrometer.

    You might be able to read these charts with another automated chart reader, like the Barbieri Spectropad or LFP, or you might need to sub in a chart made for the specific chart reader you are using.


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    Kai Yamada
    Color Systems Specialist, G7 Expert
    DCG ONE (DirectConnectGroup)
    Seattle WA
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