Originally Posted by PENDRAG0ON
The Ninja Gaiden Sigma test is more effective than either of those games for detecting motion blur. NGS is a 1080p native 60fps locked game so it is perfect for testing blur on a 1080p TV. The best place to test for blur is on level one where two ninja ambush you from above, after beating them take a look at the trees and spin the camera around and any detail lost in the trees is motion blur. On an HD CRT there is no loss of detail or stuttering at all.
This is a great test for any HDTV that will be used for gaming (there is a free demo on the PSN that works just as well)
There will be that kind of stuttering or judder on every TV. 120hz is supposed to get rid of this.
Can we identify what this doubling effect is? Is it judder or it is a new motion artifact?
There is a doubling/judder effect in the fast motion of the ball.
Some random Plasma or CRT capture a few months ago in a fast panning scene:
This is what judder is right?
That exactly the same effect on my tube CRT TV with really fast panning motions in games.
Samsung 81 with LEDmotion OFF:
From Sharpjunkies pics, this is definitely the same effect like with all the others.
Samsung 71 with automotion OFF:
Same effect as with every TV, see the left side of the screen how everything doubles when in motion just like in the 81 Samsung & the Panasonic panels.
Samsung 71 with automotion ON:
Suppoably this was shot while in motion & it is the only one with no judder/stuttering effects.
So can anyone clarify if what they are seeing is what is in those pics or a completely different doubling effect?