Please educate me. Im not a fan of Samsungs over bright TV's but what does eotf mean?shame the interviewer did not ask him about Samsung Tv's not tracking eotf correctly but rather tracking bright even in the movie mode. AFAIK the interviewer knows of the tacking error 'cos he found it in a review of a Samsing tv made by him on this very site.
Agreed... so when will Netflix give us a lower priced HDR10 subscription?Don't need DV if we have
and if the content is mastered under 1000 nits and if the TV can do higher nits and is capable of tone mapping it correctly then HDR10 base layer would be fine.
Thanks for the video Phil, though I’m not sure why I bother watching interviews with Craig Cunningham. I don’t think he’s EVER actually answered a question. It’s the same every year, the guys at AV Forums ask him straight, easy to understand questions and he just spits out word soup completely side stepping them.
Phil has explained his approach in a post many months ago, and when everything is taken into account it makes sense.Well the interviewer could try pressing him for a answer - think of the David Frost Emil Savundra interview
TV sets are nothing like the stuff Mr Savundra was up to but look how Mr Frost keeps the pressure up does not just let him sound off. Thats is how to do a TV interview
Yes, broadly that - think it was on a podcast.Phil has explained his approach in a post many months ago, and when everything is taken into account it makes sense.
I'm not quoting Phil, so if I get it wrong apologies, but it's something like this... CES is a time to hear the manufactures message in their own words and their own viewpoint on a matter...
Phil gives them the space to do that... however, those words, claims, and predictions are recorded and remembered when it comes to a review...
You do know micro led is better than mini led, right? And their 75” screens are already much cheaper than the oled equivalents.Samsung have done all they can this year to trick consumers into buying their TVs whilst trying to minimise costs into investment in LCD based consumer technology.
No mini-led attention. They're concentrating on pushing their micro-LED for 5-10 years time. They've started investing in their OLED factories.
Dodging the costs of Dolby Vision liscencing. Its clear they've lost the HDR10+ war. Also no mention of Gsync which is weird because their gaming monitors have it and LG's OLEDs already have listed support for it.
They're using the buzz word of 8k to get the casuals in.
The only reason I see to go Sammy is IF they offer big screens at a much cheaper price than the OLEDs. I doubt it.
You do know micro led is better than mini led, right? And their 75” screens are already much cheaper than the oled equivalents.
But don’t let logic come into your argument.