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On ‎29‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 7:12 PM, Marknm said:

Congratulations on ur purchase gill. 

 

Please let us know what u think.  

Im more curious about how bad is haloing in med to max dimming. N how good is the contrast.

 

Tnx

Hi Mark ,

Just updating your question Mate. I see no banding or blooming on my set at Mid auto dimming setting and the blacks are very good. No too far away from Oled.

Cheers

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12 hours ago, gillmaverick said:

Hi Mark ,

Just updating your question Mate. I see no banding or blooming on my set at Mid auto dimming setting and the blacks are very good. No too far away from Oled.

Cheers

Thank you for that Gill.

 

I had a look at it in harvey norman today, but they wont go down lower than 3.5k. So im happy to wait til feb. Hopefully it will be a lot cheaper then.

 

So r u going to use tweakys setting?

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CES will be on from the 8th to 11th of Jan.

That's when all the manufacturers release or at least show , their new TV's.

That also usually means discounts , in earnest, start around April- May, just to get rid of current stock before the new models that hit the shops usually around June.

 

By the way, I posted my latest settings at the UK based AVforums, and a few that have tried them on the FX models have reported that the whites seem to have a Orange cast to them.

Since only two colours can cause that , RED and Yellow, you'd need to drop both the settings under RED-Sat in Colour management, and Y-Sat in More detailed settings under colour management .....this might/should sort the problem......that's if you have/perceive it

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CES will be on from the 8th to 11th of Jan.
That's when all the manufacturers release or at least show , their new TV's.
That also usually means discounts , in earnest, start around April- May, just to get rid of current stock before the new models that hit the shops usually around June.
 
By the way, I posted my latest settings at the UK based AVforums, and a few that have tried them on the FX models have reported that the whites seem to have a Orange cast to them.
Since only two colours can cause that , RED and Yellow, you'd need to drop both the settings under RED-Sat in Colour management, and Y-Sat in More detailed settings under colour management .....this might/should sort the problem......that's if you have/perceive it
Thanks Tweaky ,
I have just entered your new settings and I like them better than your old ones. I had to bump the backlight as It was too dark in my living room. Now this photo is taken by my Samsung S7 and please ignore the reflections. Stunning picture.
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Hi Guys ,

I have just spent a couple of hours calibrating my Pana TH-75FX780A for REC709 , Gamma BT1886 with HCFR and I1Display Pro Meter and I am stoked with the end result. I have finally calibrated Greyscale , Gamma and Color with Delta error < 1.5 for everything. Been practicing a lot and now I can post my end result. Hopefully will help owners of  Pana 75FX780. I am an Amateur but am proud of what I have achieved. TV looks stunning. 

 

My settings after calibration are below :-

 

To get the BT1886 option to show in the Gamma settings, you need to have 3 other setting set just so.

These are Adaptive Backlight set to- MIN....Ambient Sensor set to -OFF and Contrast Control set to - OFF]

 

Menu > Advanced setting > Gamma >  BT1886 will be at the very bottom, choose that.

My Settings are for a living room with Ambient light.I have windows all over therefore had to bump the backlight to get desired FL reading.

 

Backlight - 43

Contrast - 92

Brightness - 0

Colour - 50

Tint - 0

Sharpness - 0

Colour Temp - Warm 2

 

OK, scroll down to ADVANCED SETTINGS > White Balance

 

WHITE BALANCE.....you have a general WB and then under that you have More Detailed Adjustment.

This is for first lot of controls.,,,if no value given for a control leave it at zero.

R-Gain 0

G-Gain 0

B-Gain + 2

R-Cutoff +5

G-Cutoff 0

B-Cutoff +2

More Detailed Adjustment.

100 IRE R-Gain -4, B-Gain +20

90 IRE R-Gain -3, B-Gain +11

80 IRE R-Gain -3, B-Gain +4

70 IRE - All 0

60 IRE B-Gain -4

50 IRE R-Gain +2, B-Gain -6

40 IRE R-Gain +2, B-Gain +2

30 IRE All 0

20 IRE R-Gain +1

10 IRE B-Gain -17

 

NEXT is GAMMA...you should have already set this to BT1886, so the setting below are for More Detailed Adjustment under Gamma.

100 IRE +11

90 IRE +11

80 IRE -3

70 IRE -4

60 IRE -3

50 IRE -9

40 IRE -12

30 IRE -11

20 IRE -9

10 IRE -15

 

Nearly done folks 🤪

 

Colour Management

R-Hue -5

R-Sat -2

R- Lumi -2

G-Hue +7

G-Sat +17

G-Lumi +4

B-Hue -1

B-Sat +5

B-Lumi +3

.......There was no error in other colors and everything else was within limit...........I know every panel is different and these settings might not suit everyone , I am hoping that for atleast the 75FX780 Pana these would improve the picture quality. 

 

Cheers ,

Gill

Edited by gillmaverick

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I see that both your settings for the 75FX780a and my settings for the 65EX780a only seem to work with the 75" and 65" models of the EX/FX range, as these are the only sizes that use VA panels.

Anybody that might want to transfer either of our settings to other 'None' VA panels, should expect different results.

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26 minutes ago, Tweaky said:

I see that both your settings for the 75FX780a and my settings for the 65EX780a only seem to work with the 75" and 65" models of the EX/FX range, as these are the only sizes that use VA panels.

Anybody that might want to transfer either of our settings to other 'None' VA panels, should expect different results.

Hi Tweaky ,

Yes both our settings work with VA panels of Pana EX65 , Pana EX-75 and Only Pana FX-75. Rest of the Panasonic range are all IPS panels So our calibrated settings would most probably not suit that entire range. Your settings improved the picture on my FX-780. I reckon panels used in your EX 65 , 75 and the new FX75 are all same. Guessing by the model number 780 might be the number designated to the panel type as the rest of the range is different numbers.

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