The above screen shots are intended to give only a rough idea of the color accuracy for each picture mode. However, when viewed in person the color accuracy will generally look somewhat better than shown in these photos. The images show the difference in color and skin tones, for the different preset picture modes.
There are 3 factory color presets, 1 “user” preset option, and 3 brightness settings.
When viewing in the “bright” brightness mode, the Vivid and Standard color modes appear the brightest, but when viewing in a dark room the image seemed to make skin tones greener than they should be, and the overall color felt over saturated. They are the best options for using the projector in a bright room though.
With minimal ambient light, “soft mode” seemed to produce the truest colors, which seemed worth the sacrifice in brightness compared to the other two modes. In a bright room, soft mode is hard to see. The user picture mode lets the user adjust contrast, brightness, color, and sharpness, so it can be fine-tuned to the user’s preference.