Do you agree with the following statements regarding Trueview images of toned coins?
Usually toning/colors appear saturated.
Sometimes toning/colors appear when there are none visible under most lighting conditions.
Ordinary viewing angles and lighting don't show toning/color this way.
Usually capture a coins appearance under direct halogen lighting at a very narrow range of angles.
Do you prefer images that capture a coins appearance when viewed under a halogen light at a very narrow range of angles? Or do you prefer images that capture a coins appearance when viewed under a wide range of different lighting and angles that closely approximate what a coin looks like when viewed in the vast majority of environments?
Ideally, I like multiple images that capture the different looks that toning displays under different lighting and viewing angles. However, if limited to only one type of image I prefer the one that most accurately captures what a coin looks like in the vast majority of environments.
I have seen some TV's that do accurately capture a coins toning/color, unfortunately they are in the minority.