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post Yesterday, 06:00 PM

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QUOTE(kkthen @ Aug 16 2018, 04:32 PM)
Sony A9f vs sony a1 oled.
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are both tv's set at same mode?

looks to me one is on dynamic, the other on something else..?
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post Yesterday, 08:33 PM

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QUOTE(Xaser_3 @ Aug 16 2018, 05:46 PM)
Wow! So much of difference between the new A9F vs A1. Clearly the winner is the A9F but the new hefty price tag.
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Noooope.

This is why creative marketing JUST works. Proves my point from the previous page.

The A9F has been calibrated for dark room viewing and also have its own dynamic tone mapping enabled (or what they'd like to call the Pixel Contrast Booster). The A1 on the other hand, ISN'T calibrated, has no dynamic tone mapping enabled. This is a similar thing they did last year when they compared the A1 to a C7 (all black electrical taped out to cover the brand and the presenter had the audacity to hide the remote) and they purposely "nerf" the C7 so that the A1 would look "better".
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post Yesterday, 08:44 PM

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QUOTE(SSJBen @ Aug 16 2018, 08:33 PM)
Noooope.

This is why creative marketing JUST works. Proves my point from the previous page.

The A9F has been calibrated for dark room viewing and also have its own dynamic tone mapping enabled (or what they'd like to call the Pixel Contrast Booster). The A1 on the other hand, ISN'T calibrated, has no dynamic tone mapping enabled. This is a similar thing they did last year when they compared the A1 to a C7 (all black electrical taped out to cover the brand and the presenter had the audacity to hide the remote) and they purposely "nerf" the C7 so that the A1 would look "better".
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What's wrong with TV brands thesedays ?


All these hilarious marketing campaigns.


Netflix calibrated mode , really ? As if Netflix shows use a different set of mastering standards from other planet.

Everytime Samsung brag about the 100% Color volume , I grin a little . 100% of DCI-P3 , the color chart which is barely used in anything except old , digital cinema movies .

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post Yesterday, 09:23 PM

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QUOTE(kkthen @ Aug 15 2018, 04:45 PM)
Wait for next year,this model  price will drop a lot.
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The picture isn't a very good comparison , the details are blurry . There is also a rather big difference of the color temperature between both TV .


A lot of videos on youtube try to film the comparison between TVs .
Yet most of them can't actually show the true benefits of HDR since the SDR camera has limited dynamic range.


To amplify the difference between both TVs , some people boost the exposure of the camera but in the process the TV with lower brightness will appear more washed out.
While the others just film with the default settings , in which the high brightness area will appear blown out , causing picture details to be lost .


However that doesn't mean we can't still see some difference between the two technology .


This is the OLED C7 ( LEFT ) VS Q9FN ( RIGHT ) comparison with cameras at default settings and no overexposure .
At times Q9FN will appear more blown out and washed out in the brighter zones but that's not the case in real life.

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Next we have the C8 VS Q9FN , except this time the camera exposure is raised .
The OLEDs may appear more bland and dull , it definitely does not look as dim and as washed out in the reality .
You may also notice more blurry trails of moving objects on the Q9FN , due to the near-instant response time of the OLED pixels .

credits : modernwize

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Nevertheless , don't read too much into the pictures . You can never truly see all the difference just from them.

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post Today, 12:53 AM

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QUOTE(Convael @ Aug 16 2018, 09:23 PM)
The picture isn't a very good comparison  , the details are blurry . There is also a rather big difference of the color temperature between both TV .
A lot of videos on youtube try to film the comparison between TVs .
Yet most of them can't actually show the true benefits of HDR since the SDR camera has limited dynamic range.
To amplify the difference between both TVs  ,  some people boost the exposure of the camera but in the process the TV with lower brightness will appear more washed out.
While the others just film with the default settings , in which the high brightness area will appear blown out , causing picture details to be lost .
However that doesn't mean we can't still see some difference between the two technology .
This is the OLED C7 ( LEFT ) VS Q9FN ( RIGHT ) comparison with cameras at default settings and no overexposure .
At times Q9FN will appear more blown out and washed out in the brighter zones but that's not the case in real life.

» Click to show Spoiler - click again to hide... «

Next we have the C8 VS Q9FN , except this time the camera exposure is raised .
The OLEDs may appear more bland and dull , it definitely does not look as dim and as washed out in the reality .
You may also notice more blurry trails of moving objects on the Q9FN , due to the near-instant response time of the OLED pixels .

credits : modernwise

» Click to show Spoiler - click again to hide... «


Nevertheless , don't read too much into the pictures . You can never truly see all the difference just from them.
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Nice comparo.. thanks for sharing thumbup.gif

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