Originally Posted by PeteNeat
Thank you, very interesting.
"The ‘Edge Enhancer’ setting in the Expert Picture Mode Settings does
not increase sharpness; the default ‘On’ setting is a bypass function, and
is therefore recommended"
Also interesting at the end of the document:
Control of the ‘Active HDR’ feature is found in the ‘Dynamic Contrast’ setting in the Expert
Picture Settings menu. In HDR mode, the Dynamic Contrast settings are defined as follows:
• Off - Active HDR Disabled / Contrast Enhancement Disabled
• Low - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement Disabled
• Medium - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement Low
• High - Active HDR Enabled / Contrast Enhancement High
The default setting of ‘Low’ is recommended for accurate content reproduction.
We already knew that Dynamic Contrast to Low activated "Active HDR". But it's the first time I see mentionned that depending on the Dynamic Contrast setting that it also impacts the "Contrast Enhancement".
Good find, thanks! I might repost this in the Owner's thread.