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Finally got my HS2 from Japan and I am generally very satisfied.


Just one question regarding the Bigscreen review , which says: ""Color Temperature" should be set to 'normal' which produces more natural coloring."


My HS2 has color temperature settings as "High", "Middle" and "Low". Which of them is "normal"? I prefer to use "High", since in my view "Middle" diminishes strongly detail in white. Don't you have the same experience? I use for the time being a slightly gray wall as a screen. Perhaps that is why the "Middle" setting is unsuitable?


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well I use Middle since it give white a white color . High gives bluish tint to white, and low , well low adds Redish tint. .. I think Middle is the best at least in my case
 

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But try to use 'Middle' on some scenes with sensitive shades of white (for example car lights or cloudy sky filmed through the window in a room). My HS2 reduces the details remarkably! 'Contrast' settings do help a little, but spoil dark colors in return.
 
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