Originally Posted by AlaskanAVGuy
Yes i'm sure my family must have different DNA
than the rest of humanity, and in that world you would be correct. lmao
As for OLED they will come with their own set of problems i'm sure so these tedious exchanges will continue on....
However Back to Reality, if I were you I would be more concerned with the following:1) FULL HD 3DSamsung F8500
has FULL HD 3D
while the Panasonic VT & ZT
only have Half the Resolution
let me explain:
Samsung plasma TVs are unique when it comes to 3D because they scan each of the screen refreshing steps which
make up one full 3D frame at full vertical resolution (1080
lines), whereas their Japanese rival Panasonic's has instead
chosen to reduce the resolution of intermediate steps. They do this by only scanning half the lines making it normally around 540
and thus 3D suffers with Resolution Loss
as a result. So what's the point of having a 3D TV that can only do 3D as well as Passive
technology which also suffers with 540 Resolution...2) Video Process Resolution
"The Video Processing
on the F8500
is clearly superior
to the Panasonic
especially when it comes to 24fps material from Blu-ray."
quote from Kevin Miller
, Professional Calibrator for the Value Electronics Shootout.
uses 96Hz processing for handling 24fps material from Blu-ray movie discs, and it works very well.
In fact, this is an area where the Samsung F8500 series handily outperforms the Panasonic.
’s 96Hz processing scheme appears to first take the signal to 60Hz inserting 2:3 pull-down,
and then converting the signal to 96Hz. This process produces an unacceptable amount of judder in the
picture and is best left at the 60Hz setting in the Panasonic.Thumbs-Up
if you like hearing the Facts