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Studio W/B Plasma Setting

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
Panasonic Plasma Setting,

On sets color temperature for TV Studio.

What is TV studio?

Only valid setting when warm is color temperature.

When I turn this setting the color get reddish dark.

Can one explain what this setting does and why and how do you use it?

Thanks
post #2 of 4
This is a white point chromaticity (aka color temperature - hence the cool/warm words) setting.

Warm should take you close to D65 which is probably what you should aim for movie watching (or editing).

Later you can fine-tune this with the RGB-Gain (or -DRV) controls in either the advanced user or hidden factory menus (if and where applicable).
post #3 of 4
This setting is for when the plasma is used as part of a set in a television studio with tungsten-balanced (3200k) lighting (such as over a reporter's shoulder with a graphic or video running on it). The Studio W/B setting white balances the plasma to approx. 3200k so the colors on the plasma look correct as seen in the pictures coming from the television cameras which, in this case, would also be set to 3200k.
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Thread Starter 
Thanks for your response.


Does anyone know where there is an explanation how to use the advanced controls for setting the above.
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