I got my one year old OLED77W7P calibrated by a local ISF guy in Seattle that my installer recommended. He used Calman 5, Sencore OTC‐1000 and Sencore VideoPro 400 and appeared to have his act together.
Bright scenes look great but dark scenes in 4K content are positively gloomy and I'm struggling to believe this is the intended result. I almost always watch in a completely dark room but I'm using his ISF day setting because the night setting is unwatchable in many dark scenes.
e.g. Netflix content in 4k Dolby Vision (Daredevil Season 3) is partly unwatchable. Some 4k UHD's like Mad Max Glory Road (which I believe is HDR but not DV) look good in parts and gloomy in other parts.
This wasn't a problem before calibration. Any thoughts? Calibration settings below plus Calman output for Day mode. I'm not expert enough to interpret all of this but it would be great to get some other opinions because the alternative is that I am slowly going blind.
ISF CALIBRATION REFERENCE DOC.
DISPLAY MODEL INFO: LG 77' OLED MODEL 77WP HDR
PICTURE MODE: CINEMA HOME
N/A FT LAMBERTS
PICTURE MODE SETTINGS CINEMA HOME
OLED LIGHT: 100
ADVANCED CONTROLS PICTURE OPTIONS
DYNAMIC CONTRAST: OFF NOISE REDUCTION: OFF
DYNAMIC COLOR: OFF MPEG NOISE REDUCTION : OFF
PREFERRED COLOR: OFF BLACK LEVEL: LOW
COLOR GAMUT: EXTENDED REAL CINEMA: N/A
SUPER RESOLUTION: LOW TRUE MOTION: DJ: 2 DB: 0
WHITE BALANCE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
COLOR TEMP: W30 ASPECT RATIO: 16:9 / JUST SCAN: ON
ENERGY SAVING: OFF
COLOR MANAGE SYS EYE COMFORT MODE: OFF
PICTURE TEST: N/A
ALL 0 OLED PANEL SETTINGS: N/A