Originally Posted by asere
Thx. What cell and contrast are you using for movie mode?
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i was learning how to calibrate when i bought the f8500, so i went through a LOT of different settings before i ended up on my current ones. keep in mind, i did some voltage tweaks to lower my MLL, which also lowered peak brightness.
my current cell is 20 and contrast is 95. people who understand samsung tv's a lot more than me, seem to know that reducing cell light actually messes with ABL so you don't want to that, and lowering contrast shifts the 10pt controls making it difficult to calibrate(this i can confirm). before learning this, i had the cell at 12. after learning it, but before the voltage tweaks, i had cell at 20, contrast at 100 and turn eco mode to low(i actually swear this just turned the abl on permanently. i never noticed any abl behaviour when i did this, but since doing the voltage tweak, it's too dark to turn eco on now)
anyway, for kicks and giggles, here are some of the first measurements i got with movie mode(certainly better numbers, and noticeable improvements in practice, but not drastic)
after playing with CMS: red never tracked really well on my set
and i opted to try a 1886 gamma curve. I've stuck with it since, i like it.
i actually have no idea what this is from, but i'm guessing it's from my later efforts since it's a 20pt measurement