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I've changed most of my settings back to stock, with an update to Gain settings, based on a experiment involving lowered contrast.
With contrast lowered to 47 (4000 nit detail), I did a SDR meter based calibration using HCFR. Calibrating using a contrast of 47, brought me to these gain settings
R -24 G 1 B 14
I would say, I've finally hit the nail on the head. These settings are for a P55 C1. Whats odd, is the way DV responds initially to the settings when applied a movie is playing. DV has to be start over, in order for it to use the settings and apply them to the tone mapping. The results are great, really helps the display balance contrast within the image. Colors pop, detail is abundant and the image is razor sharp.
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