Here ya go -- sorry for the clutter over there!
Sharp UQ17U Calibrations
Resolution (Mode 1)
Motion (Aquo 240)
Clear Picture (OFF)
CMS Hue: All 0 except (Y-5), (B-15)
CMS Saturation: All 0 except (Y-10
), (C+15), (B-15)
CMS Value: All 0 except (Y-5)
Color Temperature (HIGH)
, G+3, B0
2) R-26, G+8, B+2
3) R-19, G+12, +4
4) R-19, G+13, B+7
5) R-20, G+14, B+9
6) R-18, G+15, B+5
7) R-11, G+18, B+9
8) R-9, G+16, B+7
9) R+14, G+17, B+10
10) All 0
Active Contrast (ADVANCED)
Digital Noise (OFF)
Film Mode (ADVANCED +10)
Color Gamut (Expanded)
Range (Minimum -11, Maximum +16)
Just in time for the weekend. MOVIE setting has the smoothest Chroma and allows Expanded Gamut.
I took the HIGH temperature and nudged it into a smooth curve with neutral Monochrome shades.
Getting that shade of grayscale that makes the color pictures look good is my main task. In the
monochrome setting, the grays look ever so slightly blue, as opposed to green or pink or yellow
The highlights of peak white are slightly 'sunny' so that the overall monochrome picture has a lot
of depth from shadow to brightest white. The color picture takes the slightly blue grayscale and
makes fleshtones look more natural, without so much of the yellow that has been plaguing us.
Give it a whirl if you want an alternative to the LOW temperature setting that Mechman used.
Let me know what you think, and happy weekend!