Originally Posted by Aztar35
If I felt the same way, I'd still have a JVC. Maybe watch Samsara on the Sonys and then on the JVCs and see if you can find a difference.
Exactly... funny how if the JVC beats sony at a narrow range of the spectrum, suddenly that spectrum is the ONLY thing that matters...
Originally Posted by Toe
How about bright Planet Earth 2 scenes? Would that be good to use to compare on the Sony vs JVC?
I have seen that on both the N5, NX9 and the Sony 760 and 870.. the Sony has better pop and vividness...
Originally Posted by GregCh
No, most movies fall into the low ADL category very few have ADL over 20%. So the JVC wins with better contrast in the range that encompasses the most movie content over the Sony.
That is not to say that the 995 doesn't perform well, it does but it also performs better than all the new lamp based Sony models.
Did you read what I said before responding? I said, the JVC only has a NOTICEABLE advantage starting from about 0.8% ADL.. that's less than 10% of the content... then they sort of match each other until the Sony takes it to the finish line... I'll say the Sony has about 80% of content advantage...
Originally Posted by fleaman
Or, if you care about how your starfields look when they pop up.
But seriously, so much movie content has dark scenes beyond starfields, and even mixed content with a lot of black area.
But if you don't really care about gray-er blacks...
Sony beats the JVC on mixed content... again, the JVC only bests the Sony below 1%.. that's not MIXED CONTENT... in scenes like city nightscapes, say, in the car chase scenes in Black Panther where there are plenty of night lights, neon lights, etc, etc.. the Sony is super popping... and blacks will appear even blacker simply because of the higher dynamic range there...