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Have an OLED and during really dark scenes I'm getting a kind of fog effect.
Is this typical or is there a setting I can change to correct this?
As Jack mentioned, setting are online. I used the ones from rtings.com and they were awesome.
...for the calibration of my 3 week old OLED LG 65C7.
Those calibrations work very well and the picture looks great, much better than before.
But I'm still going to have someone from the Magnolia come and do a real calibration for $300 in a couple of weeks.
With a TV this amazing, I want to make sure I'm not missing out on any picture quality.
As mentioned below, someone will always have their set calibrations listed online, so go there, AVSForum.com and others, and try them yourself. Sometimes a professional calibrator will post them. There are usually several. It's a good place to start.
You MIGHT try going to various sites which have 'recommended' settings.
Panel also has adjustments for black level curve, I think that is 'Gamma'?
As a Last Resort? Get an ISF guy out there to do a full calibration. This is the High-Cost option which can run several hundred dollars.
Yet ANOTHER suggestion would be to get DIY Calibration Disc.
Some choices are
Digiit Video Essentials
Disney makes one
Spears and Munson has one, too
Too much is never enough
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