Skin Tones out of the box, of course, have a too strong blue component, but the real test is how good they are post adjustment. We calibrated one mode. Most of the modes provided, before we did anything were pretty similar, not as much variation as with most projectors.
This photo player contains both pre-cal, and post-calibration images for revealing skin tone quality and color accuracy.
Note the two similar frames from The Black Panther, the pre-cal skin tones of the elite Wakanda soldiers being very “pale.” By comparison, the second image, I believe, looks a whole lot more correct. I should mention these photos were both shot with moderate ambient light.
It is not just the color, also the gamma of the image, or in this case, since this is HDR content, the EOTF, essentially a dynamic gamma. The point is, it's not just the color, but the overall picture that is greatly improved.
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The bottom line on skin tones: Use our settings! OK, many of you will be satisfied with the color accuracy of the projector without adjustment. But, it can look quite a good bit better.