Originally Posted by mp20748
Your color temperature could be accurate (according to your calibration), because it uses the three RGB markers for reference. So it would show accurate colors on calibration, but most of your images show muted colors, which shows your video chain is not Fast enough to show the full range of colors - colors like brown, and various shades of brown to include yellows (look at Leloos shirt and the flowers around her neck) and its many shades to name a few. Muted colors are caused when you've exceeded your video bandwidth, though, you are operating at the same video bandwidth as 1920x1080P /60hz. Likewise, everything in the backgrounds also show being muted, Both colors and delineation .
You'll will not get the proper facial complexions until you're able to see the oil and perspiration on their face. That will only happen when you're at or near 100% resolving the native content at the higher bandwidth requirement you're running at.
You would do better changing to 72hz, that would lower your bandwidth requirement.
Your screenshot (curt palme forum) FULL 1080P @ 72hz - 100% RAW / un-touched
My screenshot 1920x817p96
Me too, i can't see the full range of colors - colors like brown, and various shades of brown to include yellows (look at Leloos shirt and the flowers around her neck) and its many shades to name a few in your screenshot...
About 189 MHz pixel clock are necessary to obtain 1920x817p96 is about 95-100 MHz video bandwidth.
We have not reached the 135 MHz video bandwidth G90. However, I confirm that in excess of 80 MHz video bandwidth it becomes complicated to adjust certain parameters (such as electro-magnetic focus).
But remain seriously, it is difficult to anayser as you do any problems of color shades and full range of colors from a screenshot that does not represent reality. For the moment my camera can not transcribe the whole dynamic of my image ... I'm working on improving my camera settings (iso exposure time).
Cencio you are right, in my screenshot there is light pink charge.
the problem has been located, it is the feast of the white balance of my camera was wrong. good observation.Edited by VPH-G90 - 3/30/13 at 8:18am