- Aug 20, 2000
Guys, if we’re gonna ask people who don’t like 3D to be respectful of our preferences, the least we can do is be respectful of their preferences. Whether one likes it or not, HDR has been a thing for five years now. Whether or not some may consider it necessary is beside the point. It’s here.
Sorry. If I created the impression that HDR wasn't needed that wasn't my intent. I just don't notice the effect of an HDR layer on a film or TV show as much as I do with DV. If someone notices a big difference then that is great and if they choose to buy a set based on wanting the HDR feature then I wouldn't suggest they are wrong.
It just makes me mad that a feature that I want on a TV set got dropped when it finally was done right. It annoys me that the manufacturers have sold it that maintaining 3D on TV sets would have affected HDR, so it had to go. They could have figured out how to compensate. They just didn't want to.