The Dell Advanced Projector P519HL has only four preset color modes, and one User Mode. Those preset modes are Bright, Presentation, Movie, and sRGB. I was really impressed by the color of this projector! Even Bright Mode, which is typically a ghastly mode only to be used in the most dire of ambient light circumstances, is useable for when you don’t have total control over your room’s lighting conditions. It does have stronger greens and yellows, of course, but those greens and yellows are nowhere near as awful as they are on some other projectors.
Presentation Mode has a significantly cooler tone than any of the others, and looks particularly good when projecting websites, presentation slides, infographics, and other graphic-type images. I favor a cooler tone when projecting whites, as it makes the white look more true to color, rather than having a light orange glow. The two other modes, Movie and sRGB, are the best modes – and they have similar color. I personally really liked the vibrancy of sRGB. Movie looks pretty much the same in terms of color, but the colors are more desaturated
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