I can’t tell much from those pics.
They don’t look very good but maybe it is the camera phone.
The pics do look like there is too much brightness and some smearing.
Maybe there is some white clipping going on?
Things to try:
1 - On the BD player set all video settings to default.
2 - On receiver, if there is any video processing, turn it off.
If that does not improve the image:
3 - connect BD player directly to the PJ.
There are so many things that can affect an image - finding out the culprit, is a process of elimination.
Hopefully it is not the PJ.
Hope that helps.
Let us know what you find out.
For fun try these settings from: http://www.chromapure.co.uk/files/VP...est%20(V2).pdf
and see if they improve things:
Picture mode: Reference
Reality Creation – Personal preference
Lamp power – Low
Motionflow – Personal preference
Contrast – 80
Brightness – 53
Color – 50
Hue – 50
Colour temp – Custom 5 - D65 - see gain and bias below.
Sharpness – Min
NR – Off
MPEG NR – Off
Film mode – Auto 1
Contrast enhancer – Off
Gamma Correction – 2.4
XV Color – Off
Color space – BT.709
Colour Temp (custom 5):
Gains: R29, G-30, B-26
Bias: R-5, G0, B-2