Ive tried numerous times to figure this one out. To avoid pulldown, why cant an LCD be made to do 24hz, thus displaying a 24fps source at native rate.
Please dont bring up 72hz, or 120hz, as its obvious that since thats faster than 60hz, that it requires new tech. But 24hz should be easier to accomplish as it is slower. THen when viewing normal source go back to 60Hz.
Also dont bring up flicker. This is not a CRT question, LCDs are fixed pixeled and always remain lit, so even if it was a 5Hz LCD there would be no flicker.
Had to put on the limitations cause everytime i ask thats what the answers are, but they leave the main question un answered. Hoping someone can explain, thanks.
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