Originally Posted by Menarini
It won't be typical variance for sure, typical would be something between 0-50 nits, but upto 100 nits can happen with the variables in play, you are taking a reading with a meter.
The issue I have with the statement you are making is it doesn't appear to be based in fact and appears to be based on your opinion. A moment ago you indicated that variation of 0-100 was normal and now, magically, 0-50 is "typical" (source?) but up to 100 can happen.
I am an engineer, I have a real problem when people pull "facts" (pro tip, not facts) out of their rear ends and present them as something that settles an argument.
The only people who for sure know what these variations are work at LG, Panasonic, Sony and they're not talking.
The 2nd group of people who "know" something are professional calibrators who have calibrated multiple copies of the same model set using the same test equipment.
Maybe 100 nits variation is possible, maybe it's 200 nits, why stop there, 300 nits? Maybe it's possible, stop presenting it as fact and stop discounting observations of pros who are reporting findings on the new models.