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HDR in the real world

HDR in the real world

Art Adams

>Therefore, I would like to turn myself in to whatever authorities have jurisdiction over my near total disregard for viewing conditions.


I bought an HDR TV just before lockdown. I didn’t want to spend a ton of money, but I did want to replace my 12-year-old HD TV with an affordable HDR option. I ended up with a Sony LCD HDR TV.


There’s a table lamp about 6’ to the right of the TV that I turn on at a low level when watching at night. That tends to make the blacks look dark enough that I don’t mind the low-level glow of the backlight in dark scenes. It’s not perfect, but it’s 100x better than what I had.



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