I happened to put on "Lincoln" last night and I realized I have a better way to "show" how Dynalight works with this set.
Sat. Night I had run my setup disc in a dark room to establish "Movie" better. I had all processing shut "Off" except Dynalight. This means I also had the auto sensor turned off.
These Pictures aren't the best so don't look at how clear they are but at the shades of "gray".
Dynalight - Off
Dynalight - Low
Dynalight - High
Now as you can see with Dynalight Off the picture was really not that great for back. With dynalight on I am pretty happy but as I have mentioned in other posts there are times where I can make out that some of the individual zones are not as back as others. Shortly after I took these pictures and resumed the movie I saw a perfect example where as the camera changes the angle of LIncoln addressing someone the "lighter" back moved from the bottom of the screen to the middle.
This got me to wonder if I have something else turned off in the TV setup that would help combat this and I may have found out what it is.
With my "tweaked" settings the backlight is set at 60.
I turned on the "auto-sensor" and it changed the backlight from 60 to -5. I'm sure it is doing this because I had every light in my room off. As soon as I turned this feature on the blacks improved dramatically. Sorry, no pic because my wife came in to hang out with me.
So my question to those on the forum that have LED/LCD sets.... should I be running my spears and munsil setup disc w/ the AutoSensor turned "on"? Could I re-run it this morning and then let the auto-sensor do it's thing?
I think that the LED brightness is too high for nighttime viewing and the auto sensor is helping correct the overly bright LED backlight sensing.
Thanks in advance.