Originally Posted by Star Lord
Though there was mention of calibration settings available on the forum I couldn't really locate them with the searches I did. I too ended up with these settings and have been quite happy with it.
I was able to take some pictures last night.
Unfortunately, these do not show the difference in quality quite as much as you can see with the eyes.
Maybe it is enough to see that the HDR picture looks a lot paler and definitely poorer than the normal picture.
For the normal picture I took the picture mode Vivid. But it must be mentioned that football or sports also looks a lot more color rich compared to the HDR-Picture.
I took a HDR game on a PS4 Pro (Ratchet & Clank) and on a PC (Forza Horizon 4) for the comparison, so 2 different devices were used.
I also made pictures of the HDR picture Settings to show you, that it is not possible to change the picture mode, when HDR Content is being shown. The HDR Settings are those from the review you guys posted.
Perhaps it can be seen that the image in the game Forza Horizon loses much of its color in HDR mode.
In Ratchet and Clank, the colors are totally unnatural and very yellowish. The picture may even look better for someone, but it is actually not.