Originally Posted by sirmaru
If I look close at the PHOTO, yes I see a very slight tint of pink in the upper right corner. I cannot see it at all on the device. I used level 22 rather than 24 since I always use that level to read. I can also see the slight shading on the bottom in the photo. That is also NOT visible to me on the device.
Remember, the photo comes up very enlarged compared to the device and the camera lens is far better than my old eyes.
If that is what the complaints are all about, then the complainers are just too picky or the vision of the disappointed users is really sharp compared to mine.
This is like folks running to return the LCD large screen TV's when they were first introduced because they could see defects in 2 or 3 pixels out of thousands when they went up close. Most folks cannot even see those defective pixels from normal viewing range.
If folks are using cameras to pick up "defects" which are not visible to the naked eye, then Amazon is being plagued by far too many unjustified complaints.
Your unit has color blobs.
It's not 'pure white' as you claim.
If you can't see them, awesome, but they're there. The blame-the-user nonsense is tiresome and overdone.