Is that peak brightness ?
Cant it go higher than that?
Why would you go higher then that when most people set up their TV's for around 30-50cd/m²?
The Panasonics only reach 94cd/m², The Samsung is over TWICE the LUMENS Output at 199.3cd/m² ! If you want to look at something brighter then you can always just stare directly into the sun, but I think as long as you don't have your Samsung setup outside on the deck during the summer, you should have plenty of Brightness in your set to spare.
what was the point of the question, it's kinda like saying you won the race by lapping the other car and you ask if we can lap them twice....not sure I follow where your going with the question...
Ya that's way more than enough anyways.
I've read from CNET "the F8500's only major stumbling block. The only way to achieve the correct film cadence of 1080p/24 sources, like most Blu-ray movies, is to engage the Cinema Smooth setting under Film Mode -- which lightens black levels somewhat."
Can anybody attest to how accurate this statement by CNET is, has their been a Firm Ware Update or something??
I was hoping someone might know the answer to this question I have.....
In a CNET review on the F8500 they claim that:
"the F8500's only major stumbling block. The only way to achieve the correct film cadence of 1080p/24 sources, like most Blu-ray movies, is to engage the Cinema Smooth setting under Film Mode -- which lightens black levels somewhat."
How true is this statement which was written on 5/1/13
I'm thinking perhaps a Firmware Update might have already fixed this....if in fact this is true.
Any input guys???
Here is what I found @WalVisions I hope this helps you understand what the Human Eye can see it's quite remarkable just how amazing we are really.
Thanks god for letting us see in UHD :)
I just read on the Sound & Vision Magazine review titled (Panasonic TC-P65ZT60 3D PLASMA HDTV) from Sep 4, 2013 where they said: "The CRs shown in the current review were measured with our newly-acquired Klein K-10"
Meaning they use the Klein meters since Sept 4th last year.
They measured the ZT with this meter at 0.0011ft/L and the VT with the same meter at 0.0012ft/L
(My mistake I got confused with my reviews the Samsung wasn't by Sound&Vision but by HDTVtest uk)
Here what they say: Note: Our Samsung PS64F8500 review sample was calibrated using Calman Professional, the industry-leading video calibration software.
Their May /1/2013 and resulted in 0.0017ft/L
Hey Pie would you further say that it would be noticeable in 3D as well, I know you don't use it anyways but would their be an obvious negative effect with it on. I have read in the past from reviews with older firmware that Cinema Smooth is a good fit for 3D content. I don't use CS for other viewing types ever, just in 3D...