Master List of currently available 4k HDR titles, will be updated often.
Originally Posted by ray0414
With everyone posting their impressions of the HDR they are watching, it 100% depends on the tv they are watching. someones tv will have better blacks while others have better colors and others have brighter highlights. None of the can do all 3 yet. I don't think its too much to ask for people to just realize that.
Correct. That’s why I am reluctant to take reviews of hdr movies using projectors as gospel.
Before buying my OLED I viewed a Sony Z9D in a calibrated environment and even with its crazy brightness I thought OLED looked better. All the brightness and all the dimming zones on the Z9D didn’t make up for the differences in contrast ratio and blooming which the Sony did have a tiny bit of in credits. I guess it’s a matter of preference in some ways. You weigh the pros and cons and make a choice within your budget.
As it pertains to HDR this is why UHD Premium (which seems to have died) despite it's flawed testing methods, was a good thing to me. You know if the TV you are looking at is able to reproduce the HDR picture accurately. Whether you have perfect blacks and 600nits brightness or not so perfect blacks but you have 1000nits. The end result should be pretty close, the highlight stands out against the rest of the picture.
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