Could this be the first UHDTV able to be calibrated for day mode AND night Mode?
Given that if they standardize the UHD content to even 2000 nits... If in effect this is a 4000 nit display... a calibrator has an extra 2000 of range to effectively combat daylight and by setting up the TV for light output and night setting up in the lower end of the range, but still having enough to show the full content brightness without compromise.
I wonder if the latest calibration gear and the TV itself allow for this... if not, Sony could add this through firmware updates?
Also want to add that it is a shame for no Dolby Vision support. That could tick many potential buyers who don't want to compromise on the content they can watch. Given that this TV is the Sony flagship and the price tag that comes with it, Dolby Vision support should be there. This, just on specs alone, could be Definitive Dolby Vision TV. Once again, lack of vision in Sony's part. Having said that... If I had $10k to burn on a TV... I would get this without hesitation.
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