Originally Posted by PiratesCove
I used to love
Dynamic Contrast....but it begins to look surreal.
This is why I immediately turn off all the image "enhancement" options on every display. It might seem nice on test material, but it's going to make a mess a lot of the time. And you don't want to be constantly wondering if the processing is screwing things up while watching stuff. Switching settings based on content is also tedious.
(Coincidentally, the Sony W802A has a much better UI for presets per content type -- and an auto mode that somehow guesses which to use. I was surprised when it came up knowing I had a PC connected and disabled processing options, then automatically switched to cinema mode when I played a movie. Neat, but I still turned it all off.
Speaking of processing, does anybody actually use the AMP dejudder? That one really depresses me, because it's so beautful when it works but I have to keep it off due to so many artifacts. Simultaneously, the 55F7100's big crisp screen has revealed to me the horrors of 24p judder
. Sigh, HFR video cannot come soon enough...