Originally Posted by AudioQuestions
So where am I wrong?
In several aspects, saying that 3D is dead because studios are not filming in 3D.
There are plenty great 3D movies that were not shot in 3D.
3D cameras are not required as there is proof that 3D in post can be just as good as shooting in 3D.
Also you saying that 3D is giving you muddy dark picture, well having moved to a 3D OLED TV this is a non issue.
The OLED E6P from LG is the pinnacle of passive 3D technology, it looks amazing, a 1000% improvement over my previous 3D televisions.
Also with modern LG TVs you can calibrate the input source with several separate ways, 3D, 2D, and HDR these can and so all have individual picture/brightness settings.
UHD 3D screens are great for 3D as you no longer receive half the resolution as some like to think.
So your dark and muddy point is moot.
I suggest getting or calibrating your set.
Professional calibrators calibrate each signal separately for this purpose.
They set the glasses in front of the calibration unit so they can compensate for your "dark and muddy" picture as you put it.