Originally Posted by zoyd
Thanks for that clarification, looks like a stunning display. Can one access the full CMS/10 pt controls and
achieve better than 26 ftL peak white? I don't mind 26 ftL in a nice dark room but for everyday viewing I prefer 35 ftl.
No but we could get 33fL in THX cinema with dE 1994 under 3 across the board (Rec 709) and of course you can nail greyscale in the SM. Gamma tracking was also excellent and the 'spike' at 90 can be brought down with a couple back on Contrast BUT although it was only measuring 26fL in Pro - images look a lot more like 35fL, if you know what I'm saying. Can't say I can explain why that is, successfully, you just need to go see for yourself
Pre Cal THX Cinema Mode pics attached.
Besides which, you guys get the panel brightness setting anyhow don't you? Not to mention none/less of those niggly 50Hz problems. There's far less DFC with the 60Hz video I watched and none of the occasional edge break up and multiply so I think you're all in for a real treat.
We're not treating the scoring for Reference in terms of video black reference, btw, just in terms of what the rest of the (available) TVs on the market have to live up to.
Originally Posted by fahrenheit
Thanks Mark for clearing that up.
You are damned if you do and damned if you don't when it comes to publishing anything mll related. People want to know, but they also want to overlook all the caveats. Can't win really.
Amen to that and if there were a thanks button here I would have pressed it.
You guys are members on AVForums so why not post your feedback over there? It's all welcomed and, besides, I've got enough on keeping up with the feedback thread over there. I was just concerned when I saw the mention of it being a possible political thing. I'd probably make the worlds worst politician