It appears I’ve missing the fireworks from earlier. Regarding this post...... The high light output does not account for 90% of what Miki pointed out. Yes the brighter the OLED, the more non linear the results are, but I’ve seen the same results from my tests whicre I set the light output to 130, 120 and 105 nits. I’ll let you all continue to test these betas. Ring me when R2 is available. Then and only then will I allocate equipment and time to test LUT creation via CalMAN.Miki, Thanks for the review and your time. We need to remember this was a very high luminance LUT, 260 nits, so there was probably some drift due to the panel. I'm going to run another 10,000 pt at 100-150 nits to see what the difference is if any at a more "reference" luminance. I'm not saying that there is no problem with the LUT, but I do know from experience that the LG panel becomes more unstable displaying these high luminance patches for so long.
In discussions with Miki, I think he agrees, the PQ can look good even though the LUT has some problems. It's interesting to see any anomalies and test patterns that may show them. I hear there are to be some improvements in the next Betas so we will see what happens.