Originally Posted by Closet Geek
Okay, so I previosly had my Sony BD player connected but have now conneccted the Samsung F5900 to the tv and have chosen the
BD Wise function that is supposed to "talk" to the 7100 for "optimal pictture". So...um....yeah, wow! Please, take that with a grain of salt. Upfront, I know this is pushing the light a bit; however, I can't say it still isn't a phenomenal picture. I'm back to testing the Avengers when Black Widow is first talking to Banner and the colors and detail being pulled out of that dark scene are bountiful. I never realized how colorful her outfit is in that scene.
BD Wise bumped...
Backlight to 14
Contrast to 100
Brightness to 45
Dynamic Contrast to Medium
Black Tone to Dark
My color space is still on Native
Color Tone to Standard
Clean View is Low
(I'm still on custom AMP at 2,2,On)
Cinema Blacck is Low
I'm definitely seeing things I had never seen before and I can see past the "brighter image being a better picture" deception. But the clarity and saturation that I'm picking up far outweighs the brightness because this is far from retina burn as far as I'm concerned. What I don't like or feel is off are the blues and skin tones but not by much and I figure to be easily correctable.
Folks, as I type, Iron Man just lit Stark Tower and is being de-armored and this is as close to a 3D image as you can get from a non 3D source! I'm going to further test less colorful, more "natural" material soon, perhaps Skyfall, to further assess but what I see right now is insane. Are these settings exclusive to the Samsung BD Wise function, I don't know. Speaking of...
The players settings are....
TV Aspect Ratio - 16:9 Full
BD Wise - On
Resollution - BD Wise
HDMI Color Format - Auto (vs YCbCr, RGB Standard, RGB Enhanced)
HDMI Deep Color - Auto
These settings are Samsung BD player exclusive but I put this information in for those that also have Samsung players or for similar comparative purposes for whatever player they arre using. One more thing, even with these adjustedd settings I'm still not getting any panel flaws in any scene.
P.S....Romanoff walking in of the deck of the Helicarrier....all I'll say is crystal clear stitching....Those that are interested will know what I mean.