Originally Posted by billdag
I have and it can look pretty good. However.........I have noticed in some scenes, there can be significant white crush, particularly on some winter footage I took with my FDR-AX100 4K camcorder. On other, more typical, cable content, it adds quite a bit of POP and can look pretty good. Funny thing is, sometimes I have to go and check my settings thinking I left the HDR effect ON but it was actually on EXPERT dark room. This set definitely looks superior even on non-HDR content (and I'm comparing it with my 2014 Samsung 65" 8550 mounted in the same room).
Yeah I know, the best settings most of the time is expert dark
But some content really look good with HDR effect
Also, you can for example watch the movie in expert dark the first time, then when you watch it again you switch to HDR effect, it will definitely give you another side of the movie, like watching a new movie.. but of course that doesnt work for all the movies because it looks like crap on some movies, but it looks very nice in some, or at least some scenes.
Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma
No TV looks good during the day........ These OLED's are amazing......
Yeah thats exactly what I was saying..
There is no point saying that LCD can compare to Oled TVs in bright rooms, because you are not even supposed to watch movies like that.
But even then, I still think Oled is really superior in bright rooms..
However my preferred movies are dark movies, so for me Oled is like 100x better... man I just love looking at my TV and enjoying dark scenes, even with 1080p content!!!!!!!
I am so glad I did not wait more for some other Oled TVs or something...