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The picture cannot be adjusted so that hte picture is vivid and where there are whites they glare.

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Replace the CRT coolant. Very common problem in both Phillips and Magnavox models.

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Best picture calibration settings


For any TV; irrespective of its brand or type, set the contrast to 70 to 80%; brightness to 30 to 35% will produce a clear and vivid picture in B/W. Set the color to Zero, and check this first. After you have satisfied with the picture in Black/White [B/W], advance the color intensity, according to your viewing taste. This adjustment will depend on individual taste. Anyway, note the skin tone of the news reader at the studio. Take this color a reference. That's all.
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You'd need to add some kind of shade to the lens to stop that glare, either make something to stick on the end of the lens out of plastic, wood, or place a box over the camera to shade the sides or try the settings in your camera software and adjust the white balance and other light exposure settings, this should help.

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Ican't qdjust the color on my Samsung LED screen


Follow the below mentioned steps :

1.Turn on the LED TV and let it warm up for 30 to 40 minutes before making any changes or adjustments.
2. Put on the lights that you would normally use when watching the TV. You want to create the same ambiance that would constitute normal watching conditions for you. Make sure there is no glare or reflection from other items in the room such as a mirror.
3.Open the menu on the screen of the LED TV with your remote control and find the options for adjusting the color, contrast and brightness. Menu options will vary by TV, but look for options that will say "Contrast," "Color" and "Brightness."
4.Start with the "Brightness" control. It would be best to have a DVD playing so that you can get a better idea of the control settings. Pause the picture at a place that you can see a variety of scenery, such as sky, mountains and people in the forefront. Adjust the "Brightness" by pressing the up and down arrows until you are happy with the picture. Press "Save" or "OK" to set the brightness at this level.
5.Repeat this with the "Contrast" and "Color" controls, remembering to save your settings. Look for the "Mode" setting. Press the arrow to get to "Normal" or "Movie/Cinema." Press that setting and save it.6.Turn off any settings that are titled "Flesh Tone Correction" or "Vivid Sports." These will make the colors unnatural, use up energy and damage the TV over time.

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I think that's normal. I also have experienced the same always when the screen is exposed to sunlight. Try adjusting its brightness or use an anti-glare protection.

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Lost manuel to canon powershot A630 and I wanted to know how to take a black and white picture.


By pressing the center button on the four-way controller, you'll open up the Function menu. This menu has the following options:
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  • White balance (Auto, daylight, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent, fluorescent H, underwater, custom) -
  • Drive (Single-shot, continuous, self-timer [2 or 10 sec, custom] -
  • My Colors (Off, vivid, neutral, sepia, black & white, positive film, lighter skin tone, darker skin tone, vivid blue, vivid green, vivid red, custom color) -
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Try to adjust LCD Brightness.

Press Menu.
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If you are not getting good color picture then I would advise to perform white balance adjustments in service data with help of concern service manual.
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