Panasonic VT65 - Picture Settings

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  1. Spankenstein

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    Hi folks,

    I have just bought a Panasonic TX-P50VT65B and I was wondering if somebody with more experience than myself (i.e. any one of you) could make some suggestions for the picture settings.

    I've unlocked Professional Mode but I am at a loss as to what settings would make for the best picture.

    Here are my current settings:

    Viewing Mode: Professional1
    Contrast: 100
    Brightness: 0
    Colour: 50
    Tint: 0
    Sharpness: 10
    Colour Temperature: Normal
    Vivid Colour: Off
    Colour Remaster: Off
    Reversal Film Effect: Off
    Ambient Sensor: Off
    Noise Reduction: Off
    MPEG Remaster: Off
    Resolution Remaster: Off
    Caption Smoother: Off
    Brilliance Enhancer: Off
    Intelligent Frame Creation: Off
    Panel Luminance Setting: High
    Adaptive Gamma Control: 0
    Black Expander: 0
    Colour Gamut: Rec. 709
    R-Gain: 0
    G-Gain: 0
    B-Gain: 0
    R-Cutoff: 0
    G-Cutoff: 0
    B-Cutoff: 0
    Input Signal Level: 100 IRE
    R-Gain: 0
    G-Gain: 0
    B-Gain: 0
    R-Hue: 0
    R-Saturation: 0
    R Luminance: 0
    G-Hue: 0
    G-Saturation: 0
    G-Luminance: 0
    B-Hue: 0
    B-Saturation: 0
    B-Luminance: 0
    C-Hue: 0
    C-Saturation: 0
    C-Luminance: 0
    M-Hue: 0
    M-Saturation: 0
    M-Luminance: 0
    Y-Hue: 0
    Y-Saturation: 0
    Y-Luminance: 0
    Gamma: S Curve
    Gain: 0
     
  2. AndreiNR

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    Your settings are asking for image retention.
    Contrast set below 60, gamma 2,4 , brightness 5-7(use a brightness pattern), panel set to MID, color temperature warm.
    I know it will look different than what you see now but with those settings you're way off.
    IFC set to off or min for 50hz broadcast
     
  3. Spankenstein

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    Is the US model TC-P65VT50 the equivalent of the UK model TX-P50VT65B?
     
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    No, VT50 is the previous model (2012).
    UK model VT65B equals US model VT60.
     
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    Leave it at 100 and you're inviting screen burn. Between 50 and 60 max for the first few hundred hours.
     

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