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I'm using an LT240k with a 100" blackout cloth screen. This screen produced a great image with my earlier LT150, but for the life of me, I can't seem to get my LT240k to look very good. After browsing the threads on the settings, I find that most people are using movie mode. For me, everything gets a greenish cast whenever the color temp is 6500K (I've tried both movie and sRGB modes), and things look much more natural at 7800K. However, I read Josh Z's comment about how the lt240k 6500K color temp. is dead on accurate. I'm really confused, can any of the 240k experts help me out here?
 

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I have the original 240, not the 'k', so the color temperature may be a little different. Different screen material also has an effect.


Assuming that this isn't an RGB/YPbPr mix-up (in which the entire picture would looks completely green), try adding a Hoya HMC FL-Day filter. It costs about $30. The filter will cut your greens and effectively boost your other colors. The 240k uses a 72mm size.
 

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Oh yes, the "Picture Management" color defaults are a little wonky. Calibrating those is very important.
 
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