Mike Greene, 16 Sep 2017You can't experience it on your non hdr display HDR tv ... :)
The human eye doesn't have a 24 stop DR, more like 12. However, if you give the eye time to adjust it can cover a pretty massive dynamic range (24 stops wouldn't be impossible). However, for any particular scene, our eye can cover about 12 stops.
prasad-gsma, 16 Sep 2017There is no way to demonstrate HDR on camera. The moment you put a camera in front of it, you ... moreA camera can absolutely capture hdr, and it can be (and is) processed with an appropriate pipeline that results in transforming that image(s) into spectacular results.
If, however, you are saying that HDR can't be seen without the complete pipeline in place, then yeah, that's true but even then you can (and we do) use tonemapping to map the greater dynamic range into a smaller one.
Me, 16 Sep 2017You guys could do a video. And play a movie on these phones, so we can see how each phone s... moreI'm sure they don't have the mandatory professional and expensive gear required to capture the HDR content displayed on those screens. For you, it will look like a SDR film. Try going in a mobile shop or BestBuy. Those phones usually display HDR content so you can see the difference
Me, 16 Sep 2017You guys could do a video. And play a movie on these phones, so we can see how each phone s... moreThere is no way to demonstrate HDR on camera. The moment you put a camera in front of it, you are capturing an SDR image, which will go through SDR processing and will be viewed on an SDR display, at which point everything will look roughly the same. The only way to experience HDR is in person.
You guys could do a video.
And play a movie on these phones, so we can see how each phone shows images.
Side by side.
N8 x S8 x iX x XZP x G6 x V30
Thank you Gsmarena very informative article please do more articles like this in future
Very informative! Now I will brag to my friends about this knowledge.
The issue I see on some TVs is the fact they show more contrast and brightness than the real scene has.
Mainly Oled TVs.
When you look at anything black like t-shirt, cars, hair, leather for example there is no Pure Black.
Great article! I appreciate the efforts made by the author writing this. Thank you!
However, even an HDR moment in the video can not be admired fully by an human eye, as a human eye can focus only on some particular area on the screen before the scene changes to something else (happens very quickly in an action film). That way a lot of mastering effort goes wasted IYKWIM - unless one repeats the scene again to have real feel of every inch of it.