This website uses the TMDb API but is not endorsed or certified by TMDb. Remember though that the greyscale characteristics of each pair of glasses is slightly different (we used a pair of the bundled glasses in each case). On nearly all Panasonic Plasma televisions we’ve calibrated, we’ve found that adjusting the luminance levels with windowed test patterns makes actual programme content look dull and washed out, due to the unpredictable gamma performance we mentioned above. You might note that there is a small dip downwards on the “Gamma Y” tracking chart (above right). This should be around the correct value anyway. By David Mackenzie Now that Panasonic also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 +, and with the continued intention to deliver true-to-life images, this oled TV seems to be a particularly good choice for film fans. If you can fix the issue yourself (use a different browser, or connect from a different Internet provider, etc) please do so. Screen filter can cause streaks to be visible through 3D glasses when screen viewed off-angle, Subtle undefeatable high frequency sharpening, see, Full Luma, Full chroma with a 4:2:2 HDMI input, or with the [1080p Pure Direct] mode turned On otherwise, Very small “hardened” edges during fast motion, Mild, some red trailing noted, may change with age, Yes, only with YCbCr signal type, not RGB, some subtle “ringing” artefacts present on highly saturated transitions due to edge enhancement, see. We selected the [THX Cinema] mode, and ran a series of Greyscale tracking measurements to see how tint-free the TX-P50VT50’s grey shades were before any in-depth calibration. Affordable price... get a quote now. Stripped Query: t=891 You must log in or register to reply here. Although our meter reported inaccuracies (too much blue), we were pleased with this for two reasons. Unlike most Panasonic Plasmas, the “2.2” gamma setting on the TX-P50VT50B actually gave us 2.2 gamma tracking, which is the setting that’s best for a normal viewing environment. 3D calibration isn’t widespread, and that’s a shame, because the improvement it makes to tri-dimensional imaging is just as important as it is for 2D – moreso when we remember that Plasma TVs in particular often have less accurate Greyscale tracking in their out-of-the-box 3D modes. Panasonic GT30 firmware update - not reading some video files? For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. This served as a stark reminder of the fact that, if you’re stuck with less-than-perfect Greyscale tracking, some excesses are better than others. Since we have the option available to us, we used the [Professional] mode’s calibration controls to push the Panasonic TX-P50VT50 to the limit, and see it at its maximum potential: First, we used the standard 2-point [White Balance] controls, which let us adjust the low end (darker areas) and high end (brighter ones) for a highly accurate image. With real-world content, we still saw some slight red tinge at around 5% stimulus (not visible on the above Greyscale tracking chart because we measure it in 10% stops). Generated by ZB Block 0.6.4, based on code originally written by Zaphod at Spambot Security dot com. That meant that 40-100% stimulus were more or less correct, but we still had too much blue at 10-30%, something we corrected with those specific controls. Amb. Checking back, with contrast maxed out in Pro mode on the VT, I was getting less than 30ftL which is bat cave territory although the image didn't seem flat or dull.