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  1. Ja tam posiadam GZ2000 i nie jecze,ze przeplacilem,poprostu chcialem miec to cos 😄 ,i cieszyc sie z pieknego obrazu. Do tego jak cytowalem w innym temacie o wypaleniach... prawda nie prawda,moze cos w tym jest. OLED continues to be at the center of a sometimes heated debate about burn-in. Since OLED is a self-emitting display technology, where the light source ages during use, it is indisputable that each light emitting diode will age at a different pace, meaning inhomogeneously, if you abuse the screen by constantly displaying static content. The real question is "how much does it take"? We cannot answer that question during our time 2-3 week review period but curiously GZ2000 exhibits different behavior than other OLED TVs. Normally, we can provoke temporary retention through the use of our test patterns for calibration. This retention will disappear again soon after. GZ2000 seemed almost immune to our torture tests. Even after long test sessions with a 1000 nits static window there was no retention to be found on the panel - not even on a grey verification pattern. Of course, it is far too early to conclude that Panasonic has cracked the code but one possible explanation could be that since the panel is equipped with a more effective heat dissipation solution, cool off time for the diodes is reduced. If this is indeed the case, the risk of burn-in is most likely be reduced, too, since ageing of diodes is greatly accelerated the warmer they get (that's why accelerated tests typically take place at elevated temperatures).
  2. Zgadza sie,moj blad,kurde 100 przy HDR...u mnie sie nie da,oczy wypala.😄Nawet przy 80 jest za duzo.
  3. Witam, przy okazji zapytam, na jakim poziomie macie ustawione "podswietlenie"? Wysłane z mojego VOG-L09 przy użyciu Tapatalka
  4. Dzieki,faktycznie chyba najrozsadnieszym wyjsciem bedzie zakup Apple.
  5. Witam,po latach przerwy,mam takie pytanko ,GZ2000 z aplikacji nie wypusci atmosa tak? Jakiego boxa zmozna polecic ? Apple 4k?,rozumiem ze i tak z atmosem pewenie nie ma zbyt wiele tresci ,ale cos tam.... .
  6. Witam Ciekawe spostrzezenie: "OLED continues to be at the center of a sometimes heated debate about burn-in. Since OLED is a self-emitting display technology, where the light source ages during use, it is indisputable that each light emitting diode will age at a different pace, meaning inhomogeneously, if you abuse the screen by constantly displaying static content. The real question is "how much does it take"? We cannot answer that question during our time 2-3 week review period but curiously GZ2000 exhibits different behavior than other OLED TVs. Normally, we can provoke temporary retention through the use of our test patterns for calibration. This retention will disappear again soon after. GZ2000 seemed almost immune to our torture tests. Even after long test sessions with a 1000 nits static window there was no retention to be found on the panel - not even on a grey verification pattern. Of course, it is far too early to conclude that Panasonic has cracked the code but one possible explanation could be that since the panel is equipped with a more effective heat dissipation solution, cool off time for the diodes is reduced. If this is indeed the case, the risk of burn-in is most likely be reduced, too, since ageing of diodes is greatly accelerated the warmer they get (that's why accelerated tests typically take place at elevated temperatures).
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