Panasonic TX-50DX750 Review

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“Getting back to the good news, the brightness, contrast and colour-boosting technologies Panasonic has introduced for HDR work wonders on standard dynamic range images. Black levels with the Blu-ray version of The Revenant look quite beautiful – largely free of greyness if you employ the local dimming system, yet also still full of depth and variance. Colours are crammed with subtle blends, helping visuals retain a naturalistic feel. Knock the set’s backlight setting down to below its 50 per cent mark (something you can’t do with HDR without reducing the accuracy of the screen’s HDR remapping) and dark sequences appear free of the backlight banding and other clouding issues evident if you leave it too high.”

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