Sony A8F / AF8 OLED - specs
65” and 55” models

Features OLED as display device. 8 million self-illuminating pixels bring a significantly enriched visual experience with unprecedented black, authentic color, and a wide viewing angle.

Features 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme providing the ultimate 4K HDR viewing experience by incorporating three technologies: Object-based HDR remaster, Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR and Dual database processing.

Features Acoustic Surface technology: the entire screen resonates with great sound emanating directly from the screen itself. This allows a perfect unification of picture and sound that conventional TVs cannot deliver.

Features vibrant, expanded color with TRILUMINOS Display, further enhanced for color accuracy.

Uses 4K X-Reality PRO to produce stunning detail with Sony’s unique algorithm of reality creation database for any content, such as TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Internet video and digital photos.

The minimalist design: AF8 series has a clean, minimalist design that keeps you focused on what's important – the picture. The new design with a minimized stand allows the AF8 to be positioned in a wider range of locations.

Android TV lets you explore a world of movies, music, photos, games, search, apps and more. Voice Search to find content, ask questions and control your TV. With Chromecast built-in, you can easily send content from your smartphone or tablet to the TV. With access to Google Play, you can enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, and games on your TV.

HDR compatible to receive and process the new video standard signal with higher brightness, higher contrast and more vibrant colors via Internet video services and HDMI. Supports HDR10, HybridLog-Gamma and Dolby Vision (future firmware update

Sony's 2018 OLED TV features Dolby Vision, Acoustic Surface - FlatpanelsHD
HDR transformed

The OLED65E8’s last key improvement is brightness. Peak brightness on a 10% white HDR window measures 815-820 nits with all the different HDR picture preset options bar the Vivid one (which ironically drops down to around 790 nits, presumably because it raises the overall brightness level of the screen, requiring a reduction in the potential brightness of small HDR ‘peaks’).

Last year’s LG OLED screens by comparison only mustered around 800 nits. This means the OLED65E8 only delivers a brightness improvement of two or three percent over last year’s E7. But oddly the OLED65E8’s HDR pictures enjoy much more impact compared with the E7 models than that small percentage increase would suggest.

The key to this conundrum appears to be the Alpha 9 processor and LG’s new Dynamic Tone Mapping option. Apparently a souped up version of LG’s previous Active HDR platform for adding ‘dynamic metadata’ (extra scene by scene picture information) to standard HDR10 picture feeds, Dynamic Tone Mapping has a huge impact on HDR10 sources, making them look substantially brighter and more dynamic than any HDR picture I’ve seen on an OLED TV before.

Feeding the OLED65E8 Dolby Vision’s ‘true’ rather than calculated dynamic metadata HDR still yields more precise images than you get via Dynamic Tone Mapping. But the impact of Dynamic Tone Mapping is nonetheless extremely impressive, and contributes to what really is a major HDR performance leap for OLED technology.

It’s interesting to note that even Technicolor’s professionally calibrated picture setting leaves the Dynamic Tone Mapping feature set to on in its default set up.

LG OLED65E8 4K OLED TV Review: What A Difference A Brain Makes
Pues por comentar lo que yo veo en ese vídeo, la de la izquierda tiene un tono azulado mucho más frío que la de la derecha. Si me tengo que quedar con alguna de ellas, me quedo con la de la derecha en base a ese vídeo.
Pues tonos aparte, en contraste percibido, la de la izquierda le da un soberano repaso a la de la derecha, ¿eh?

Pero como estoy harto de decir, esta clase de videos me parecen un insulto a la inteligencia. No sirven absolutamente de NADA.
Pues por comentar lo que yo veo en ese vídeo, la de la izquierda tiene un tono azulado mucho más frío que la de la derecha. Si me tengo que quedar con alguna de ellas, me quedo con la de la derecha en base a ese vídeo.
Las oled siempre salen azuleadas al grabarlas o tomarlas fotos, ahí tienes una (de muchas) razones por las que un vídeo o una foto nunca va a ser representativo de como se ve realmente


Por ejemplo, esta foto tomada por mi mismo, la imagen no es nada representativa de como lo veo yo, por empezar la niebla se ve azul y yo la veo gris, el resto de colores en escena presentan algo de saturación cuando yo lo veo más natural, las partes oscuras directamente aparecen ennegrecidas sin detalle cuando yo si veo detalle, y los focos de luz se ven con clipping cuando yo veo el detalle en la iluminación

PD: la imagen se hizo con un iPhone X
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The top 5 TVs of 2018 were measured live. The LG C8, Samsung Q9FN, Q8FN, Sony Z9D, and Sony X900F. Real world content was used, and real world measurements were taken in real time during this livestream.

Próximamente una gran review.

En mi hilo de OLED 2018 no pueden faltar los aportes de mi bien amigo Leoni. Estaremos atentos.

Joe ronda, te lo agradezco, de verdad amigo me lo permites hay 2 mas ya subidos y aun queda la comparativa del AF8 vs C8 que la verdad me ha sorprendido lo que he visto jejeje

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