I am having a bit of trouble with what I perceive to be a pale green appearance to my UN55D6000 LED LCD set by Samsung.
Running the "Warm 2" color setting, and "Auto" Color space, blu ray movies look pale and green.
I know Scott Wilkinson did a review last year, found here:
He found the default settings, pre-calibration to be quite good on the set, so I assume the set in question isn't wildly off.
He also provided a quick comparison of the "Auto" and "Native" color spaces. When I use the native color space, the pale green look to the blu ray image disappears, and the colors seem natural and correct (although red seems a tad strong).
I see that in the comparison charts in Wilkinson's review, that the "native" color space does not follow rec 709, yet it is not an expanded color gamut. Green appears to be tamed or slightly muted in the color palette, and makes the image look more realistic.
Is this a limitation with the sets ability to produce an accurate picture conforming to Rec 709? Why would the image look pale and greenish?
I have ensured that the blu-rays I have tested with have natural realistic colors and that my blu-ray settings are all correct.
Curious if this issue has come up in calibration, and why the Auto color space, which looks correct in Wilkinson's review seems green in hue?