Quote:Yes, unless you like a very bright picture all the time. Some of my customers like Day mode all the time, even at night in a dim room. I'm not going to say they are wrong, though it goes against generally accepted videophile standards.
The solution on the VT30 was to use low panel brightness for night mode, but I've found that low PB on the VT50 degrades black levels. What I suggest on the VT50 is to calibrate night mode to a higher power law gamma, so mid tones are less bright, and use moderation when reducing the contrast. With the gamma selection and 2 pt WB controls, you can get it to the point where there is not much correction needed at the high end, and keeping in mind the control displacement so you don't go overboard with improper adjustments you can get excellent results.