Images below are from the same frame/exposure and were taken through a green filter.
The image was then desaturated, or made black and white, before conversion to these for-the-web jpegs.
These luma-only displays should eliminate monitor-camera-eyeball hue variables.
Each image is approximately in proportion to its size in the original image.
BOT: Photo of an RCA F-38310 HDTV displaying the same over-the-air color bars. Both sets are connected to a common rooftop antenna.
Note the smooth continuous tone of the upper left portion of the CT-100 image. In the HD set, individual vertical bars are visible, indicating a nonlinear representation compared to the CT-100.
The same is true for red filter images. The blue results are nearly identical except for a very slight advantage for the HDTV.
These exposures were made in a dark room; a separate color shot of the operating sets is shown below.