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    Quote Originally Posted by calzenth View Post
    I could be wrong but I believe that halo effect is only in HDR mode too as SDR will be evenly lit. and HDR will only have it as you said in the most extreme of cases.
    FALD is also enabled in SDR mode on the PG27UQ.*
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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    FALD is also enabled in SDR mode on the PG27UQ.*
    I think that because 1000 nits is only achieved due to the contrast by HDR, you dont get any noticeable blooming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    FALD is also enabled in SDR mode on the PG27UQ.*
    You CAN enable it in SDR,

    but you don't have to...

    If you don't, the panel will be lit at a constant value -
    with no differences between the individual LEDs -
    and therefore without haloing!

    There are videos of the PA32UC which demonstrate the difference between these two settings in SDR mode...
    with FALD ('dynamic local dimming') on - haloing around the mousecursor occurs...
    with FALD off - it is like any monitor right now - nearly constant brightness - without dynmic contrast/brightness-changes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT0oEF6dWyU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr2Fp-ziUgQ&t=774s

    I would not use DYNAMIC FALD in SDR (office-work, fotoediting, text-reading, etc...) at all -
    I would maybe try it, with movies...
    But the brightness-changes and the contrast cannot be as on point as with HDR (due to the metadata-information)

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    I find it strange that someone would prefer elevated black levels throughout the display over haloing, but to each their own. If you turn off the FALD in SDR mode(where there aren't highlights above whatever your brightness setting is) then you end up with the same black levels as a halo around a white mouse pointer, but throughout the display at all times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sancus View Post
    I find it strange that someone would prefer elevated black levels throughout the display over haloing, but to each their own. If you turn off the FALD in SDR mode(where there aren't highlights above whatever your brightness setting is) then you end up with the same black levels as a halo around a white mouse pointer, but throughout the display at all times.
    Why would that happen? Halo is caused by uneven backlighting. With FALD off it all evens out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sancus View Post
    I find it strange that someone would prefer elevated black levels throughout the display over haloing, but to each their own. If you turn off the FALD in SDR mode(where there aren't highlights above whatever your brightness setting is) then you end up with the same black levels as a halo around a white mouse pointer, but throughout the display at all times.
    I don't prefer elevated black levels...

    i prefer uniformity! If i read a text or learn or work!

    then i just want the display to be uniform with low brightness but readable text, etc...
    from the impression of PA32UC, the dynamic local dimming has some issues with adjusting brightness based on the displayed content...
    (no issue with HDR material!)

    for these scenarios i definitely prefer uniformity!
    (even if that means less saturated colors or raised black levels...)

    for any dynamic content (movies, games, etc...) i like vibrant pictures...
    but for hourlong reading/learning sessions the monitor has to be as less eye-straining as possible
    (which for me is contra high contrast and contra high brightness)
    Last edited by Sichtwechsel86; 05-16-2018 at 08:59 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Why would that happen? Halo is caused by uneven backlighting. With FALD off it all evens out.
    I think you both mean the same thing...

    with FALD off (or any other backlit standard monitor) the hole display is one uniform halo
    and the halo get's brighter with every step brightness you add

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    Where did Marshal go? Is it crunch time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by btrach144 View Post
    Where did Marshal go? Is it crunch time?
    hm... could be - may the 23rd isn't far away...

    but wait - this is an acer event, not an asus

    so... he maybe is just in holiday-mood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sichtwechsel86 View Post
    There are videos of the PA32UC which demonstrate the difference between these two settings in SDR mode...
    with FALD ('dynamic local dimming') on - haloing around the mousecursor occurs...
    with FALD off - it is like any monitor right now - nearly constant brightness - without dynmic contrast/brightness-changes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT0oEF6dWyU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr2Fp-ziUgQ&t=774s
    From what I see in the first video, PA32UC seems to have higher FALD latency compared to PG27UQ, hence the visible blooming trail. However, the bright area around the mouse seems to be smaller and less noticable, while in PC Centric's video of PG27UQ, it's very noticable when the user moves the mouse around in the menu.

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