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post #871 of 1482
I used the WOW Bluray disc to do a basic calibration with mixed results. I set the contrast at 32 and the brightness at -1 is OK, but the hue at -5 and color at + 7 set with the enclosed filter is an over-saturated, Red mess when it comes to skin tones. I don't get it.
post #872 of 1482
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Originally Posted by ace5000 View Post

I used the WOW Bluray disc to do a basic calibration with mixed results. I set the contrast at 32 and the brightness at -1 is OK, but the hue at -5 and color at + 7 set with the enclosed filter is an over-saturated, Red mess when it comes to skin tones. I don't get it.

Try the settings from Jason that I quoted in my post above...
post #873 of 1482
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Originally Posted by ace5000 View Post

I used the WOW Bluray disc to do a basic calibration with mixed results. I set the contrast at 32 and the brightness at -1 is OK, but the hue at -5 and color at + 7 set with the enclosed filter is an over-saturated, Red mess when it comes to skin tones. I don't get it.

unfortuneately the blue filters are not as accurate as the built in filters like lg uses.
post #874 of 1482
Thread Starter 
FYI - I own a 732 and posted this on that thread but I Believe it applies here as well (owned a 632 before upgrading). Anyways, see below:

All of this talk about settings lately made me want to share my experience with PQ and this set.

After struggling with calibration DVDs and never being fully satisfied, I decided to purchase a D3 meter with CalMAN SW bundle and I must say I couldn't be happier with the results after doing my own calibration. I know everyone says most TVs are different etc etc, but in my experience this is even more exaggerated with these Sharp sets (have a few Sharp LCDs in the house). For example, putting in some of the posted settings here and measuring the results leaves me with a color gamut that is all over the place, and no where near as good of a greyscale response vs desirable results (based my goals off of Chad B's results). This is further evidenced by my finalized (after several hours of tweaking to get things JUST right lol) settings which are significantly different from others here and I must say the difference is night and day from a PQ perspective. Everything just looks sooooo much better.

I HIGHLY recommend to everyone spending nearly 2500$ on a television to just bite the extra small bullet of like 350$ (just over 10% of the purchase price) and arm yourself with the proper tools to squeeze every possible amount of performance out of your big new toy. Best part yet? You can use the same meter and software to calibrate all of your other televisions, future purchases, etc etc with results on par to professional calibrators (at least in my experience). Trust me - it's worth every penny.
post #875 of 1482
mjodotcom,

You make very valid points and along with that you have to consider that short of a spectro you could have three different D3's and come up with three different sets of settings.

I can also assure you that you will not get the same results as Chad B. using a D3 (nor will I with my gear), these guys usually have gear worth 5 figures.

Best we can hope for here is to get ourselves & others in the ballpark and far away form the horrible factory presets.

Jason
post #876 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

mjodotcom,

You make very valid points and along with that you have to consider that short of a spectro you could have three different D3's and come up with three different sets of settings.

I can also assure you that you will not get the same results as Chad B. using a D3 (nor will I with my gear), these guys usually have gear worth 5 figures.

Best we can hope for here is to get ourselves & others in the ballpark and far away form the horrible factory presets.

Jason

Sure meter to meter can be different, but now we are talking variation of a couple % vs grossly different performances from set to set (at least from what I have observed).

You do have to give the D3 some credit, it is a somewhat new meter that is very well regarded and reviewed based on its performancerice ratio. I agree we can never TRULY match results from the like of Chad B, but when comparing my final results metrics to his mine are practically identical - and I'll live with that

Best we can do like you said is help out where we can - I just wanted to share my personal experience with everyone here. For me, I was finally happy when I took matters into my own hands and was not using other peoples settings, and I have a feeling most others here would be too
post #877 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

mjodotcom,

You make very valid points and along with that you have to consider that short of a spectro you could have three different D3's and come up with three different sets of settings.

I can also assure you that you will not get the same results as Chad B. using a D3 (nor will I with my gear), these guys usually have gear worth 5 figures.

Best we can hope for here is to get ourselves & others in the ballpark and far away form the horrible factory presets.

Jason

Hi Jason..so I am using your GAME settings and brought the COLOR back down to -5 even if my WOW disc blue filter settings had me bump to +7 (also Brightness was bumped up to +32 via WOW vs your suggestion not to go over +29). I have kept your settings even though WOW disc shows off.

My question is the discrepancy. Is it true that the blue filter can be off and your settings are using a color analyzer tool which I agree is far superior from just using the WOW disc?

I agree with your D6500 settings and will stick with it if that is the most accurate (I am using your GAME settings on BR movies only and using STANDARD w/some tweaks for Uverse viewing). I wouldn't really know if I needed to tweak here or there since I don't have a picture to compare with. I just want accuracy vs eye candy especially for BR movies. Thanks again for your assistance in getting our sets as close to accurate as possible.
post #878 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rbanez View Post


Hi Jason..so I am using your GAME settings and brought the COLOR back down to -5 even if my WOW disc blue filter settings had me bump to +32. My question is the discrepancy. Is it true that the blue filter can be off and your settings are using a color analyzer tool which I agree is far superior from just using the WOW disc?

I agree with your D6500 settings and will stick with it if that is the most accurate (I am using your GAME settings on BR movies only and using STANDARD w/some tweaks for Uverse viewing). I wouldn't really know if I needed to tweak here or there since I don't have a picture to compare with. I just want accuracy vs eye candy especially for BR movies. Thanks again for your assistance in getting our sets as close to accurate as possible.

My experience with Game mode on the 732 and initially using Disney wow gave me very similar results. When getting my meter I tried for hours to get a decent cal out of game mode (problem was blue and red levels), but I just couldn't get there. Even when getting the main color slides in line, everything in between still looked off.

I think this is mainly due to the fact that you cannot select the standard color gamut in that mode (which Chad B found causes lots of problems as well). I know there are several advantages to game mode, but the color accuracy just cannot get into spec from my experience. I stuck with Movie mode and have a fantastic cal. Just FYI.
post #879 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by mjodotcom View Post

My experience with Game mode on the 732 and initially using Disney wow gave me very similar results. When getting my meter I tried for hours to get a decent cal out of game mode (problem was blue and red levels), but I just couldn't get there. Even when getting the main color slides in line, everything in between still looked off.

I think this is mainly due to the fact that you cannot select the standard color gamut in that mode (which Chad B found causes lots of problems as well). I know there are several advantages to game mode, but the color accuracy just cannot get into spec from my experience. I stuck with Movie mode and have a fantastic cal. Just FYI.

Hi mjodotcom..thanks for the feedback. I previously calibrated using MOVIE mode with the WOW disc and got me to the settings below for bluray movies on my panasonic:

Movie Mode
Backlight +2 (or OPC with -4 to +7 range)
Contrast +33
Brightness -1
Color +7
Tint +5
Sharpness +2
Color Temp: Middle
Motion Enhancement: Off
Active Contrast: Off
Gamma -2
Film Mode: Off
Dynamic Noise Reduction: Off
Range OPC: -4 to +7

What did you come up with on Movie mode using your calibrated settings if you don't mind posting them? I guess I am now debating where I would be getting the most accurate color/PQ? Is it via GAME or via MOVIE? I know the middle color temp pushes blue and I am wanting to change that to LOW in MOVIE and recal using WOW. Is this what I should do to get closer to color accuracy? Thanks.
post #880 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by mjodotcom View Post

My experience with Game mode on the 732 and initially using Disney wow gave me very similar results. When getting my meter I tried for hours to get a decent cal out of game mode (problem was blue and red levels), but I just couldn't get there. Even when getting the main color slides in line, everything in between still looked off.

I think this is mainly due to the fact that you cannot select the standard color gamut in that mode (which Chad B found causes lots of problems as well). I know there are several advantages to game mode, but the color accuracy just cannot get into spec from my experience. I stuck with Movie mode and have a fantastic cal. Just FYI.

Could you post your settings?

Thanks
Jason
post #881 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rbanez View Post


Hi mjodotcom..thanks for the feedback. I previously calibrated using MOVIE mode with the WOW disc and got me to the settings below for bluray movies on my panasonic:

Movie Mode
Backlight +2 (or OPC with -4 to +7 range)
Contrast +33
Brightness -1
Color +7
Tint +5
Sharpness +2
Color Temp: Middle
Motion Enhancement: Off
Active Contrast: Off
Gamma -2
Film Mode: Off
Dynamic Noise Reduction: Off
Range OPC: -4 to +7

What did you come up with on Movie mode using your calibrated settings if you don't mind posting them? I guess I am now debating where I would be getting the most accurate color/PQ? Is it via GAME or via MOVIE? I know the middle color temp pushes blue and I am wanting to change that to LOW in MOVIE and recal using WOW. Is this what I should do to get closer to color accuracy? Thanks.

From what I found I got the most accurate colors by far out of movie mode. Unfortunately I have a 732 so my settings probably wouldn't apply given the extra yellow pixel and what not, but I wanted to let you know that I had the same problem with game mode.
post #882 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by mjodotcom View Post

My experience with Game mode on the 732 and initially using Disney wow gave me very similar results. When getting my meter I tried for hours to get a decent cal out of game mode (problem was blue and red levels), but I just couldn't get there. Even when getting the main color slides in line, everything in between still looked off.

I think this is mainly due to the fact that you cannot select the standard color gamut in that mode (which Chad B found causes lots of problems as well). I know there are several advantages to game mode, but the color accuracy just cannot get into spec from my experience. I stuck with Movie mode and have a fantastic cal. Just FYI.


The 632 does not have selectable Color Gamut in any mode (as the 732 does) so this does not apply.




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For those of you asking...

The settings from the 632 do not cross over to the 732, I have verified this with a different 732 owner (we compared calibrated settings).

Yes Movie mode can be more accurate than Game mode, the point of using a near accurate Game mode (

These 632 sets can get close but none of them are perfect (even the Elites), they do not have a properly implemented CMS (Y shifts as you adjust xy regardless of mode) and they have an issue with Red that cannot be 100% corrected. Calibration is a balancing act with most displays and even with good gear and a solid calibration from an experienced calibrator many displays do not come out perfect (few sets are capable of this). There can be trade-offs that have to be made here and there and only an experienced calibrator will know when to trade this for that.

For those using varying settings found here at AVS or elsewhere please realize the odds of those settings getting your set 100% accurate are very slim, all you can hope for is something better than what the factory presets and a Cal disc gives you (hope to be more in the 6500k/D65 ballpark).

Bottom line is some will find someone else's settings look great while others will not but unless you are measuring those other settings with proper cal gear on your set you'll never know just how accurate they are on your display. If you copy settings that look great to you then simply enjoy them or take the task into your own hands with a cal disc or beyond as mjodotcom has done (you'll learn something new and many even end up enjoying it).

Jason
post #883 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post


The 632 does not have selectable Color Gamut in any mode (as the 732 does) so this does not apply.

----------

For those of you asking...

The settings from the 632 do not cross over to the 732, I have verified this with a different 732 owner (we compared calibrated settings).

Yes Movie mode can be more accurate than Game mode, the point of using a near accurate Game mode (

These 632 sets can get close but none of them are perfect (even the Elites), they do not have a properly implemented CMS (Y shifts as you adjust xy regardless of mode) and they have an issue with Red that cannot be 100% corrected. Calibration is a balancing act with most displays and even with good gear and a solid calibration from an experienced calibrator many displays do not come out perfect (few sets are capable of this). There can be trade-offs that have to made here and there and only an experienced calibrator will know when to trade this for that.

For those using varying settings found here at AVS or elsewhere please realize the odds of those settings getting your set 100% accurate are very slim, all you can hope for is something better than what the factory presets and a Cal disc gives you (hope to be more in the 6500k/D65 ballpark).

Bottom line is some will find someone else's settings look great while others will not but unless you are measuring those other settings with proper cal gear on your set you'll never know just how accurate they are on your display. If you copy settings that look great to you then simply enjoy them or take the task into your own hands with a cal disc or beyond as mjodotcom has done (you'll learn something new and many even end up enjoying it).

Jason

Amen brotha!

I just simply wanted to share my experience for those looking to do ever better via DIY calibration
post #884 of 1482
Darn, I thought we had a calibtated movie mode...
post #885 of 1482
Here are a couple pics of my tv, hard to get a good pic of the DSE, but you can tell if you look close enough. Its get worse when watching TV. Been since Friday I sent pics to Sharp but no response. Even if this is normal, I'm pretty sure going to return tv for a panny 65 gt30 or vt 30. I just got get over seeing the diamonds all the time.



post #886 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

The 632 does not have selectable Color Gamut in any mode (as the 732 does) so this does not apply.




----------

For those of you asking...

The settings from the 632 do not cross over to the 732, I have verified this with a different 732 owner (we compared calibrated settings).

Yes Movie mode can be more accurate than Game mode, the point of using a near accurate Game mode (

These 632 sets can get close but none of them are perfect (even the Elites), they do not have a properly implemented CMS (Y shifts as you adjust xy regardless of mode) and they have an issue with Red that cannot be 100% corrected. Calibration is a balancing act with most displays and even with good gear and a solid calibration from an experienced calibrator many displays do not come out perfect (few sets are capable of this). There can be trade-offs that have to be made here and there and only an experienced calibrator will know when to trade this for that.

For those using varying settings found here at AVS or elsewhere please realize the odds of those settings getting your set 100% accurate are very slim, all you can hope for is something better than what the factory presets and a Cal disc gives you (hope to be more in the 6500k/D65 ballpark).

Bottom line is some will find someone else's settings look great while others will not but unless you are measuring those other settings with proper cal gear on your set you'll never know just how accurate they are on your display. If you copy settings that look great to you then simply enjoy them or take the task into your own hands with a cal disc or beyond as mjodotcom has done (you'll learn something new and many even end up enjoying it).

Jason

I understand that there is variables between these models compared to the 732's but asking for a users settings who has had success is easier than someone who is new to this.It would at least start you off in the right direction.I like your settings Jason but game mode looks wrong to my eyes compared to Movie .I don't have a cal disc or any type of Calibration gear.I wasn't trying to come off as a settings leech
I have been trying to read up on calibration but I find it a bit confusing(like which equipment/software is best for the inexperienced).

Jason
post #887 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by pinja View Post


I understand that there is variables between these models compared to the 732's but asking for a users settings who has had success is easier than someone who is new to this.It would at least start you off in the right direction.I like your settings Jason but game mode looks wrong to my eyes compared to Movie .I don't have a cal disc or any type of Calibration gear.I wasn't trying to come off as a settings leech
I have been trying to read up on calibration but I find it a bit confusing(like which equipment/software is best for the inexperienced).

Jason

You can check out the newbie calibration device thread that I started in the calibration forum. Lots of good information in there for getting started with calibration, different price points, etc etc
post #888 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by pinja View Post

I understand that there is variables between these models compared to the 732's but asking for a users settings who has had success is easier than someone who is new to this.It would at least start you off in the right direction.I like your settings Jason but game mode looks wrong to my eyes compared to Movie .I don't have a cal disc or any type of Calibration gear.I wasn't trying to come off as a settings leech
I have been trying to read up on calibration but I find it a bit confusing(like which equipment/software is best for the inexperienced).

Jason

I am in the same boat here. I am trying to understand if WOW calibration is enough on this 70" investment of mine. I am a videophile in terms of movies in HD and the best PQ on my set. Almost all my friends buy nice sets and don't even bother with settings.

So my question is..would the MOVIE mode be the best choice for BR movies and what effect would lag (using GAME mode) have watching movies? Is there a certain processing done in MOVIE that can't be turned off?
post #889 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by billvan View Post

Here are a couple pics of my tv, hard to get a good pic of the DSE, but you can tell if you look close enough. Its get worse when watching TV. Been since Friday I sent pics to Sharp but no response. Even if this is normal, I'm pretty sure going to return tv for a panny 65 gt30 or vt 30. I just got get over seeing the diamonds all the time.

That looks exactly like the 2 I had. Got them both from Sam's Club, both built in December 2011. Returned the first one thinking it was just bad but the second was the exact same. Diamonds all over the screen top to bottom. A white screen or a panning camera on a light color was miserable. It was a bummer because it really is a nice TV otherwise.
post #890 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by quicsand View Post

That looks exactly like the 2 I had. Got them both from Sam's Club, both built in December 2011. Returned the first one thinking it was just bad but the second was the exact same. Diamonds all over the screen top to bottom. A white screen or a panning camera on a light color was miserable. It was a bummer because it really is a nice TV otherwise.



What did u buy instead after returning the second tv?
post #891 of 1482
So far I haven't replaced it with anything. I figured I would just wait a little bit and see what becomes avaialable. I think the new tv's are supposed to come out next month.
post #892 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by quicsand View Post

So far I haven't replaced it with anything. I figured I would just wait a little bit and see what becomes avaialable. I think the new tv's are supposed to come out next month.

I'm conflicted for the same reason get new models out soon, maybe sharp fixed the issue? Or get the 65" panny that are in sale right now :-(
post #893 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by mjodotcom View Post

Amen brotha!

I just simply wanted to share my experience for those looking to do ever better via DIY calibration

Indeed, and that is exactly related to my point. I have nothing but respect for you taking matters into your own hands, bravo!



Quote:
Originally Posted by pinja View Post

I understand that there is variables between these models compared to the 732's but asking for a users settings who has had success is easier than someone who is new to this.It would at least start you off in the right direction.I like your settings Jason but game mode looks wrong to my eyes compared to Movie .I don't have a cal disc or any type of Calibration gear.I wasn't trying to come off as a settings leech
I have been trying to read up on calibration but I find it a bit confusing(like which equipment/software is best for the inexperienced).

Jason

If you don't have a fully calibrated Movie mode then how can you say Game mode does not look right in comparison (unless you are talking about the factory presets)?

You are a perfect example of why I have been trying to help, we all have to start somewhere and at some point we were all calibration ignorant, I get it and that should be obvious from all of the time I have spent helping out 632 owners across the 60", 70" & 80" threads.

My point here is that those using settings they find posted on the net need to keep their expectations in check especially considering all the possible variables and the fact that they are not actually measuring these free settings with the proper gear, thus how do they know what is accurate and what is not when the majority have no idea what 6500k/D65 looks like (where is the basis for comparison). It's very likely that many could put in settings that are actually within acceptable visible range of 6500k/D65 and think it does not look right simply because they don't really know what accurate is supposed to look like (many do not even like it). I blame tv manufacturers for this dilemma, the tech is there to where each set could come close to accurate out of the box but most choose to ignore it for the sake of Brightness, Blue pushed Brilliant Whites & Candy Colors (which in turn people in general have come to accept and actually seek out).

I am only trying to help more people have an appreciation for accuracy while getting the most enjoyment out of their 632's.




Quote:
Originally Posted by rbanez View Post

I am in the same boat here. I am trying to understand if WOW calibration is enough on this 70" investment of mine. I am a videophile in terms of movies in HD and the best PQ on my set. Almost all my friends buy nice sets and don't even bother with settings.

So my question is..would the MOVIE mode be the best choice for BR movies and what effect would lag (using GAME mode) have watching movies? Is there a certain processing done in MOVIE that can't be turned off?

Movie mode out of the box is more accurate than Game mode but is still a long way from being accurate (evident from mjodotcom's post stating the drastic difference post calibration of his 732). Movie mode does have additional processing/lag that cannot be disabled by the user, now this may or may not bother you but it is there just the same.

Use what you enjoy.


Jason
post #894 of 1482
Has anyone posted a proper full calibration for this 70LE632 in movie mode for comparison?

I for one would appreciate it greatly.
post #895 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

Indeed, and that is exactly related to my point. I have nothing but respect for you taking matters into your own hands, bravo!





If you don't have a fully calibrated Movie mode then how can you say Game mode does not look right in comparison (unless you are talking about the factory presets)?

You are a perfect example of why I have been trying to help, we all have to start somewhere and at some point we were all calibration ignorant, I get it and that should be obvious from all of the time I have spent helping out 632 owners across the 60", 70" & 80" threads.

My point here is that those using settings they find posted on the net need to keep their expectations in check especially considering all the possible variables and the fact that they are not actually measuring these free settings with the proper gear, thus how do they know what is accurate and what is not when the majority have no idea what 6500k/D65 looks like (where is the basis for comparison). It's very likely that many could put in settings that are actually within acceptable visible range of 6500k/D65 and think it does not look right simply because they don't really know what accurate is supposed to look like (many do not even like it). I blame tv manufacturers for this dilemma, the tech is there to where each set could come close to accurate out of the box but most choose to ignore it for the sake of Brightness, Blue pushed Brilliant Whites & Candy Colors (which in turn people in general have come to accept and actually seek out).

I am only trying to help more people have an appreciation for accuracy while getting the most enjoyment out of their 632's.






Movie mode out of the box is more accurate than Game mode but is still a long way from being accurate (evident from mjodotcom's post stating the drastic difference post calibration of his 732). Movie mode does have additional processing/lag that cannot be disabled by the user, now this may or may not bother you but it is there just the same.

Use what you enjoy.


Jason

lol,I guess I should of stated what exactly didn't look right with your settings(which I love BTW :O )When I switch from movie to game colors(Red-I know that this set doesn't process accurately)they seem pixelated,just not right so I use movie because it looks smoother.And obviously never having a calibration done on this set or my panny plasma I wouldn't know the difference between the two.
I am planning on reading up on calibration and possibly buying http://store.spectracal.com/consumer...i1display.html I hope,we'll see.

At least when I apply someone else's settings such as yours it started me off in the right direction and get's me comfortable with a accurate starting point.Thanks for all your info on this tv and your knowledge with HT.Take care.

Thanks
Jason
post #896 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by pinja View Post

lol,I guess I should of stated what exactly didn't look right with your settings(which I love BTW :O )When I switch from movie to game colors(Red-I know that this set doesn't process accurately)they seem pixelated,just not right so I use movie because it looks smoother.And obviously never having a calibration done on this set or my panny plasma I wouldn't know the difference between the two.I also don't like the blue pushed whites as compared to your(6500K right?)settings.

I am planning on reading up on calibration and possibly buying http://store.spectracal.com/consumer...i1display.html I hope,we'll see.

At least when I apply someone else's settings such as yours it started me off in the right direction and get's me comfortable with a accurate starting point.Thanks for all your info on this tv and your knowledge with HT.Take care.

Thanks
Jason

That's the exact bundle I got and it works great. That meter is very well reviewed and is a fantastic performer for the price. Also, I find the CalMAN software very user friendly and easy to understand. Good luck - and nice work taking matters into your own hands!
post #897 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by pinja View Post

lol,I guess I should of stated what exactly didn't look right with your settings(which I love BTW :O )When I switch from movie to game colors(Red-I know that this set doesn't process accurately)they seem pixelated,just not right so I use movie because it looks smoother.And obviously never having a calibration done on this set or my panny plasma I wouldn't know the difference between the two.I also don't like the blue pushed whites as compared to your(6500K right?)settings.

I am planning on reading up on calibration and possibly buying http://store.spectracal.com/consumer...i1display.html I hope,we'll see.

At least when I apply someone else's settings such as yours it started me off in the right direction and get's me comfortable with a accurate starting point.Thanks for all your info on this tv and your knowledge with HT.Take care.

Thanks
Jason

My guess is you are seeing over-saturated colors in Movie mode (seriously the factory modes on these 632's are hideous from an accuracy standpoint).

Aside from that consider that the finer tuned a display is the more evident source deficiencies become.

These sets are somewhat grainy/pixelated.

Beyond that the settings simply may not work on your set.

Hopefully I helped sway you (at least a little) to that DIY solution and if so my time as been well spent.

Regards,
Jason
post #898 of 1482
Quote:
Originally Posted by ace5000 View Post

Has anyone posted a proper full calibration for this 70LE632 in movie mode for comparison?

I for one would appreciate it greatly.

DaGamePimp posted some a couple page back...look for a reply to me, where he took my Movie mode settings, and added some tweaks to them.
post #899 of 1482
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Originally Posted by waltaz View Post

DaGamePimp posted some a couple page back...look for a reply to me, where he took my Movie mode settings, and added some tweaks to them.

But those are not really accurate, they are more for fun than accuracy (they are not flat 6500k nor are they D65).

They simply take greyscale closer to 6500k vs. the factory Color Temp preset.

Jason
post #900 of 1482
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Originally Posted by waltaz View Post


DaGamePimp posted some a couple page back...look for a reply to me, where he took my Movie mode settings, and added some tweaks to them.

No hue or saturation?
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