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Old 10-07-2019, 05:58 PM   #1
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Default Should i wait for the new range of TV Filmmaker Mode

Hi guys

Should i wait for the new ones ?


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Filmmaker mode sounds like another marketing plow to me, the same as IMAX Enhanced. Newer 4K TVs most likely will have Dolby Vision (which looks great), HDR-10, and Samsung's HDR-10+, and I don't know what this Filmmaker Mode is going to look like and if it'll surpass the quality of Dolby Vision and HDR-10. When you have a 4K movie with Dolby Vision and HDR-10, you are going to view the movie in Dolby Vision primarily and vice-vera for HRD-10. How this Filmmaker Mode is going to integrate with the video quality of Dolby Vision and HDR-10 is unsure. You may want to see what it looks like first before you make your decision because, it may not look that much different.

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Just shut off motion smoothing on your current TV and save your money. The photo implies that the toggle will be on the remote, but that's actually unlikely anyway, so you'd probably have to go to some menu setting no different than the existing motion mode.
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Setup your TV properly and you won't need it.
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Thanks guys

I thought so probably i will go for a new one on the next black friday .

Maybe a LG B9
Or Samsung Q70

Good option for Movie Experience ?

Im about 2 meters away from the TV
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Thanks guys

I thought so probably i will go for a new one on the next black friday .

Maybe a LG B9
Or Samsung Q70

Good option for Movie Experience ?

Im about 2 meters away from the TV
Both are good TVs, use your own opinion to chose so we don't get into get another debate on OLED vs LED.
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Old 10-08-2019, 11:22 PM   #7
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Filmmaker mode sounds like another marketing plow to me, the same as IMAX Enhanced. Newer 4K TVs most likely will have Dolby Vision (which looks great), HDR-10, and Samsung's HDR-10+, and I don't know what this Filmmaker Mode is going to look like and if it'll surpass the quality of Dolby Vision and HDR-10. When you have a 4K movie with Dolby Vision and HDR-10, you are going to view the movie in Dolby Vision primarily and vice-vera for HRD-10. How this Filmmaker Mode is going to integrate with the video quality of Dolby Vision and HDR-10 is unsure. You may want to see what it looks like first before you make your decision because, it may not look that much different.
Isn't this "Filmmaker Mode" just going to be another picture mode alongside the usual offerings of "Standard," "Dynamic," etc?

If so, this wouldn't be a necessary mode in order to take advantage of HDR10, etc...it would be more like just another playback mode, a la "Cinema-HDR," "Standard-HDR," et al.

So I don't think it's going to "interact" with the HDR formats per se; it's meant as another mode to set and watch content through.

In other words, you'll now have: "Standard-HDR" plus "Filmmaker-HDR" and so on.

I could be wrong, but I believe that's how this new mode is supposed to work...
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Both are good TVs, use your own opinion to chose so we don't get into get another debate on OLED vs LED.
Im going my friends opinions and reading on the web because i dont understand nothing about TVS . If we talk about cinema ok thats my field but tech is not my thing . Anyway thks guys for the all the input .
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