Panasonic Viera st30.
I have had this TV for almost a year now and about 1000hours on it. When I originally did the calibration I knew it wasn't perfect but I thought it was good enough for awhile and took a break.
My end results of the calibration for a DE that was all under 3 except one under 5.
However, I began noticing greens within the greys. Sometimes especially in fog and such it was very noticeable.
I don't currently have access to the meter but am more looking for some sort of explanation of what I am seeing.
If I reduce the color setting to 0 while the video is paused at a spot I notice a problem the green still remains.
This also happens in the default cinema mode. While I don't expect that to be accurate it seems like a pretty blatant problem.
If I drop the low green and high green down about -10 from where I calibrated it, the noticeable green disappears but I am sure then my greyscale is way off.
Does the dropping color to 0 and the green remaining seem plausible to still be a calibration error? Or is it a possible defect?
Here is the thread I made with some calibration results.
Any input on this and what the possible problem is would be greatly appreciated. I will try and get some pictures up tomorrow.
Even looking at the gray scale at 10% intervals manually non of them seem as green as the green I can notice in fog/some shadows. Is it possible its only effecting very narrow bands?
Thanks for any thoughts.