Does anyone who has this TV could clarify how the 4K side works with SKY UHD content? Will the setting on the Tv change automatically to represent it has picked up UHD content or not. I know when watching 4K / UHD content on Netflix or prime the TV settings change automatically! Thanks
Yes it is but from the reviews it seems that peak brightness is still very poor somewhere around 440 nits (think its about 340 on the ex700) compared to other tvs in this price range that do 600+
EX700 is a very different set to the EX750
I just got the 50" version of this, if ur after a 58", u should defo consider this TV. For the price its a steal. Its much brighter than the ex700 (seen them both side to side). But again, even full brightness on this TV is too much! The picture is amazing though, the motion is also good. I'm coming from a plasma (which is amazing for motion) and was very pleased that I didn't notice it being slower. For this TV, for night time viewing, any brighter and u would need a pair of sunglasses on!
The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m saying as i was dead set on a Panasonic TX-58EX700B, went in store to view it and it was sat next to a LG 55SJ810V. The difference in brightness between the two was night and day, colors on the Panasonic looked greyish and washed out when compared to the LG, the sets were both playing a loop of trailers for the latest movies.