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Screen problem: black turns dark pink when look slantly?

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1st July 2014, 07:47 AM   |  #1  
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The problem is mentioned in the title. And when taking a photo with my Z2, the photo looks a little bit pink. But after uploading it on fb or the laptop, the photo looks fine. So I guess the screen is the problem. The screen looks pink especially when taking picture with the dark and white background. Anyone get the same issue (screen) like me? Sorry for my broken english. Thanks.
1st July 2014, 07:51 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by hieuhd93

The problem is mentioned in the title. And when taking a photo with my Z2, the photo looks a little bit pink. But after uploading it on fb or the laptop, the photo looks fine. So I guess the screen is the problem. The screen looks pink especially when taking picture with the dark and white background. Anyone get the same issue (screen) like me? Sorry for my broken english. Thanks.

If your pictures look fine on other devices then problem is, of course, in your device.
Cases and screen protectors could cause problems and reflections but that's not it
(it would be visible on all devices)

You can try to calibrate white balance, maybe that helps a bit.

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Sony has introduced Live Color LED technology on the Z2. This uses green and red phosphor with blue LEDs to create more uniform and brighter color reproduction. Hence the backlight seem to be pink to blue when viewed from an angle.
Its a normal behaviour
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