Re: HDR mastering monitorsing dering for a buy this year, or
Just so every one really has the correct information...
The Panasonic TX-65EZ952B uses the LG WOLED screen, as does every large format 'OLED' out there.
The graphs I posted are actually FROM the Panasonic TV.
All WOLEDs suffer exactly the same issues - and more, when you start looking at thermal instability too.
It is simple colour science fact that using a 'white' pixel will compromise volumetric colour capability, as the RGB pixels will always run out of range (brightness) before the white pixel.
The truth is WOLEDs work ok up to about 100-200 nits, where the white pixel has no effect/benefit, and may as well not be there.
Above that range, the white pixel causes huge volumetric issues, as can be seen in the graphs I posted, so may as well not be there...
WOLED is a home TV technology simply to make 'bright' pictures.
It has no place in the professional world.
(And I would never have one at home either...)