I've had this TV for quite a while. I received my introduction into the Sony brand when the 900E came out (everything before was LG). The 900E received some damage due to a stray bullet coming through my window, which then allowed me to upgrade to the 900F. That being said, I've always had my sets color temp on expert 1, both on the 900E & now on my F series.
I was just wondering, is there any difference between Expert 1 & Expert 2? I honestly can't see any difference in color like you can when switching from warm to expert 1. Does the color temp change? Is expert 1 6000K & expert 2 6500K, or whatever the industry specs are?
I wish the color temp was just as noticeable as the different tone mapping that happens when switching between cinema pro & cinema home (even with the same settings for both). I personally only use Cinema Pro for blu-rays as the tone mapping is best for that format, & Cinema Home for everything else such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Plex etc etc (even HDR gaming). It's been my experience that you lose a tiny bit of detail when using Cinema Pro on anything other than blu-rays, especially HDR gaming. I noticed that I gained more detail using Cinema Home when playing Horizon Zero Dawn among others, & if you use Cinema Home on blu-rays you lose the details that Cinema Pro brings out. I don't understand the science behind why this happens, other than it just does.
But when it comes to color & expert 1 vs expert 2, I can't see any difference regardless of the content I'm watching, & the format in which I'm watching or playing.
Any help/explanation would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!