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John

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Most likely just different lots with different batches of phosphors. They're all supposed to be white, and they always look bluer in pictures than they look to me in real life, even when I take the pictures. 
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If this is the worst of the issues you would be doing good imo.
John

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Can't argue with you there!
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Agreed!
So true they look way blue'er in pics, it was nearly impossible to capture the more "white" one (more purple hue compared to others). Had to put them on a strange angle, and it still didn't do it justice. Many pics I tried had them both just looking blue in the photo.

In any case they are both very acceptable colors, both nice, both clean. Would not have noticed anything if I didn't have them lit side by side.

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Noticed the same thing. Currently have 2 lavabox mods one screen seems to be more blue other more yellow or white. The settings are the same on both mods. Does it mean that there are different versions of dna 200 chip itself? It's hard to tell from the picture.

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Ive noticed the same betwenn mine and two of mates Wismec Reuleaux theirs have a bluer hue where as mine is more white I wouldn't have even noticed untill we put them side by side
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Yes ive got three sky blue and one nice white one which i believe to be a true monochrome, there have been some variants in production, one fitting both dna40 and 200 and others, sole 200 and sole 40, even the contractors factory burnt to the ground and then nothing at all for months, so for me anythings better than nothing,, but i do like my white one.....
(""So much infact ive put blue plastic over it to keep it safe"":,,lmao)
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My two HCigar VT133 have white screens and my two Reuleaux DNA200 have blue screens. The blue screens seems brighter. I have the charging screen on all of them set dimly. The blue ones are still viewable at 30% brightness, while the white ones needs 40% to be viewable.
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Just got my first blue hue screen with the Therion 133 that just came in today. It's not super blue or anything, but compared to my other 15 DNA screens there's definitely a difference. Personally, it looks kinda kool.
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bringin this one back. i have two Hcigar vt250's ones screen is crisp white one has a blue/green tint. bought from different vendors months apart. how do you get a white lit screen for sure? i like the crisp white enough to replace the other screen.
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