AtomOS 3.0 brought many new features to the Ninja-2 and Samurai units, including SmartMonitor, a suite of monitoring aids.
False Color assigns different colors to areas of different exposure in the image. Instead of just showing what parts of the image are overexposed, it gives a more complete picture of what is going on in the image by using a range of exposure values. Generally speaking, overexposed elements will display as red, and underexposed elements will display as blue.
To help you determine the exposure range with more accuracy, please use the scale below: