Originally Posted by jwstegbauer
You are correct that the default for Color Temperature for Dolby Vision on Sony's is Neutral.....Personally on my A1E in prefer the Neutral setting for Dolby Vision over Expert1.....White's do not have the yellow cast that is apparent in Expert1......both are usable and it becomes a matter of which setting is more accurate to what was the original intent of the director.....
The more yellow picture may actually be more accurate as all mastering monitors are calibrated to 6500k white point which is not paper white. It's closer to daylight which has more yellow than blue. Though if you prefer it the other way it's ok. I just like to point out the scientific standards.
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