Originally Posted by Nicksbass
We had 60fl (!) on the screen and we did not have the feeling that it was too bright. Crazy!
And black levels were still good. My colleague is used to the JVC blacks and he has much better eyes than me and he didn't get it, why the blacks were still apparent.
Another adventure of the third kind we were confronted with.
thats how our eye/brain works.
its takes some time for the eye to open up the pupil apature when its longer expose to dark.
it from humen to humen different it can take 30 sec. or some min.
other when your pupil are open and a bright sequence comes.
we can close the pupil very fast (well below 1 sec).
but as the 60FTL (that the lowes i can do in 2d as the lamp is dimm
down to min. at around 4000 watt) show always something even at almost 100% black sky with some stars on the pupil
never open up completely.
when you watching a 100% dark test pattern for 5 min. yes thelion
is right but even there (i try it) it was a big surprise that it was not
you have to see it to be believe it.
i have in my live one time a similar thing
when the first 3d tvs are out i buy a samsung 3d tv.
here at avs some people report that the use the motion function to
playback the 24p content at 60p.
i say always convert 24p to 60 will be never work as you will see a motion bug
and i was more that surprised that this function works just fine.