I wasn't quite sure which one he was talking about either so I was just clarifying the names for each.
Yes. But you can easily try it yourself and if you don't like it you can change it back.
I'll be able to put the camera in the same spot on the same settings to record both individually and then just trying to figure out how to put the clips together in the same video with DaVinci resolve.
What do you mean by ‘actually work’?
I have the Best Buy warranty and I doubt they would know if I was tampering LOL but I'll give it a shot to see if it's worth it thanksIt works. Jury is still out on whether its worth the risk, or what the risks even are (besides potentially voiding your warranty)
Without doing a side-by-side comparison, it’s going to be almost impossible to pick out a 10% or even 20% difference in peak luminance…Yeah I was driving my ole lady crazy switching back and forth and she couldn't see anything. I will acknowledge that she isn't a great reliable source though🤣
It’s tough, isn’t it? Because what you perceive is a combination of what the TV is capable of, the specific piece of HDR you are watching, and the tone-mapping that gets applied…