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Yes I would, but as I said to Craig on the podcast Samsung will still lose sales due to a lack of DV support.
thanks for that, i may upgrade this summer as it looks like the holiday's off! and its good to know if i bought a top end Samsung, the lack of DV would not be an issue
 

Steve Withers

Reviewer
Steve - Is there a recommended minimum nit brightness level whereby DV etc are not so important?
I don't know for sure, but if a TV can deliver at least 1000nits and 100%of DCI-P3 (full colour volume), then that eliminates the need to actually tone map the majority of HDR content. However, even now achieving those specs remains difficult.
 

mrmrh

Active Member
Really enjoyed the podcast, watched slightly later on Sunday night while cleaning up, audio quality was very good.
Shame of missing out as I would love to have asked Craig if the 2020 32” Frame is coming to the UK/Ireland.
 

mrmrh

Active Member
I don't know for sure, but if a TV can deliver at least 1000nits and 100%of DCI-P3 (full colour volume), then that eliminates the need to actually tone map the majority of HDR content. However, even now achieving those specs remains difficult.
But surely it’s just a matter of time before content will be mastered at 4000nits. I know it won’t be that soon (esp with content creators knowing the limits of OLEDs), but in time the screens will get brighter given the push from Samsung, as well as TCL and Visio in the States.
 

Eddy555

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Some already are mastered to 4000 nits.
 
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mrmrh

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Some already are mastered to 4000 nits.
Wow - Warners weren't messing about with the US release of Blade Runner 2049.
 

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