I originally bought a QLED Samsung QN90. I was watching a movie, American Gangster. It seemed during the white scenes you could see visual noise, it looked like it had a lot of static in the white scene. I thought it was a tv problem. I returned it and upgraded to a Sony A80J OLED 77". Same movie same problem. I have read that the problem could be the shooting of the film and the cameras that were used to shoot it. I am noticing a lot of visual noise, mainly the static in white scenes from many sources, e.g. netflix, hulu, amazon, my own plex library of my UHD collection. A lot of 1080p content looks better than 4k content. My TV was calibrated using rtings guide on the tv. Disney Plus (where the movies are made by computers and not shot with a camera) look amazing and beautiful. However, a lot of other content looks fuzzy in white areas. Is this a problem with a high end TV where it makes some sub par shot content look like crap? A calibration issue, a source issue, a combination, or possibly something else. Does anyone else have these problems on other OLEDS, and if so what was their solution?