It is as far as the TV manufacturers are concerned and speaking personally I'd take OLED over LCD any day of the week.OLED is not a default choice for high end TV customers, as OLED does have its problems like banding, dancing pixels, low brightness for HDR and screen retention, all these forces customers to look for LCD with FALD.
I know what you mean, although most manufacturer contrast numbers in official specs tend to be exaggerated. In fact I've noticed that they often don't quote anything any more.I mean specialized sites like the official website of the manufacturer or some specialized sites like display specifications ... etc!
and limited peak brightness combined with ABL. FX750 has a peak brightness of just 600 nits. Seriously?OLED is not a default choice for high end TV customers, as OLED does have its problems like banding, dancing pixels, low brightness for HDR and screen retention, all these forces customers to look for LCD with FALD.
I would have OLED for six days of the week, but for that one day of the week, a good action blockbuster in HDR. At this point in time you can not beat a good FALD with all those nits, it reaches levels of quality that others can not seem to reach, for now anyway.It is as far as the TV manufacturers are concerned and speaking personally I'd take OLED over LCD any day of the week.
All the tv manufacturers have been harping on over the last 2 years or so about nits, buy our tv it has the highest nits out there, and then most of the tv reviewers jumped on the nits bandwagon, this has 1000 nits and it is the only way to show highlights in true HDR. anything under this is just not up to scratch, then a new years models start to appear with 1800 nits and 2000 nits. And oh my god, your viewing experience with HDR will be out of this world and not even an OLED can come near to this viewing experience.All this moaning about 600 nits... who ever came up with this stupid measurement need shooting. Its meaningless IMO.. Most of the people harping on havnt got a clue what they talking about other than the bigger the number so it must be better. There are many other factors involved in how the TV will perform and until its fully reviewed the number is just that .. a number .
Can your Panasonic VT65 pump out HDR? That's really what the high level of nits is for.Don’t know how many nits my Panasonic VT65 pumps out I’m sure it will be a low number, maybe a few more than my sons hair, but I’d bet the picture quality would beat most lcds with 60 million nits any day...
Depends on the tv to be honest in question, even some IPS low end tv's from LG currently have bad viewing angles, not much better than VA, even though IPS is supposed to be superior in this regard.I had xd80 with IPS panel and black was gray,how narrow is view on VA when they decide to do this.....
It might be the case that Panasonic are using the same LG SOC and T-CON as the Nano Cell's currently, with their renowned picture processing bolted on top.I think it's a solid lineup taking everything into account. The VA versions only had great blacks for one viewer, and looked worse than IPS at an angle. I'm interested to see the FX750 dimming system in action. Plus with bias and/or room lighting, IPS looks almost like VA, but from every angle.
Hopefully 50hz bug is fixed!
My Home Screen 3.0 with the lower third bar looks great. Always liked that OS.
I understand why FALD isn't viable, especially now OLED is almost affordable.