Originally Posted by Vegas oled
I just cannot believe you critiqued the guys photo. It's ok to like Sony, I love them if I was guaranteed a good one i the lottery. Not worth getting into, i do agree with a lot of your post. I just didn't see the need to criticize the photo. OLED grey scales are very different, they actually fluctuate at 5-10 ire, they do not adjust evenly very easy. It Carries over into the whites also and may tint just the ends of the picture. Maybe a pro-calibration with experience can do a better job. In fact I would say more then a banding issue, it is a color temp balance issue, I have only seen on panel without it.
OLED is not perfect and never will, no human is perfect so we can never build a perfect product. I am amazed at how incredible even the least expensive 1080P set looks compared to a few years back.
Let's try this one more time Vegas because you seem to be having trouble understanding what I'm saying. Can you understand that my comments had nothing to do with Sony? Can you understand I do not own a Sony and haven't had one as my primary viewing display for years and years? Can you understand that my last several primary viewing displays have been Samsung, Sharp and Pioneer? Do you see the name Sony in that mix?
You can persist with your implications that my comments here have something to do with being a Sony fanboy, if that makes you feel better. If that works for you, great, but it really makes you look a bit silly. In fact, it seems to be almost impossible for you to comment on any display without YOU mentioning Sony.
Do you notice you're the ONLY owner here that responds to my comments in this manner? Do you notice that other owners respond logically and without accusations?
Again, tell me where my comment on that picture was incorrect. Was there or wasn't there tinges of pink in exactly the areas I said there was? If these areas were resulting from room reflections, then that's great, but I would have had no way of knowing that in advance.
Don't take it personally when I critique someone's photo. If someone posts a picture, I can only assume they're looking for feedback. That's the way it works in other threads and that's the way it's worked on AVS since pictures were posted.