Originally Posted by onaga
its funny how ISF Dark defaults to Oled Light 60, thats its almost 200 cdm2!! but it gives SDR material a incredible HDR feel whatever the content.
For daytime and evening SDR viewing I use either ISF Bright or Technicolor mode and I have to crank my oled light to at least 70 to get some contrasty and punchy picture to be more appealing to my eyes. I don't know how you guys can watch anything in Dark mode with gamma 2.4 or 1886 gamma, for me it's waaay to dim, like I can't see sh*t dim
+ crushed blacks and I have to restore some lost shadow details by increasing brightness from default 50 to couple of clicks higher.
Even daytime view with oled light set to 80 is not good enough for me, and I don't have much light in my room. I keep the same settings when watching in the evening with low light. Energy saving is off, dynamic contrast off for SDR (of course) and I feel that there isn't enough light output as it should be at that setting. So I'm using Technicolor ir Bright modes with gamma 2,2, oled light around 80, contrast 85.
Okay, I understand that not every movie looks the same, it's how director of photography decides, for example 'dimly' low-contrasty Arrival and brighter Moana don't look the same so I should probably lower the oled light when watching Moana in the evening/complete dark.
I spent the last 6 years watching pi$$-yellow THX mode on Panny G30 plasma with contrast around 40-45, and I thought I'll get some more overall punch in the picture, difference between light and dark. Ok, my oled55B7 achieves the perfect black, but with the recommended settings from you guys here, everything seems darker, and with not much difference from my previous plasma,