I found the colors to be oversaturated and the consistency between scenes to be spotty, at best. That is, once I got the color calibrated to something resembling natural, there would always be a scene later that made me cringe. Even when I got the color to be nearly “perfect,” an outdoor scene would come along where the greens were quite oversaturated, almost neon.
That said, with some extensive tweaking, I did find a sweet spot that was close to the color accuracy I’d seen when watching the same show on my iPhone. Though the out-of-the-box color leaves something to be desired, there are enough ways to customize the color so that you can get really great color out of this projector.
The sharpness of this projector is fantastic – everything I would expect from a non-pixel shifting 4K UHD projector. The sharpness was particularly noticeable on subtitles and text when viewing content from Netflix, and while watching 4K UHD films from my Sony Player. Overall, I would rate the picture quality of this projector as pretty good, with some tweaking.