Originally Posted by Seegs108
The refresh rate number isn't always a contributing factor to the overall look and I didn't mean it to come off that way. We all know published numbers mean nothing, especially with today's On/Off numbers claiming to be in the millions. I just don't think that the user should have to rely on an FI system or some sort of optical trickery (e-shift). The way it stands as of today is that without an FI system or e-shift is that Sony's panels are better at motion. That's the only point I've been trying to make
We seem to be talking, actually I won't lower myself into a we here
, about a variety of different motion artificacts, most of which are simply reproduction of the source and the way it was shot and then blaming what you accurately see on the projector manufacturer.
Rather then attempting to discuss this, let me just say things like FPS shot (normally 24), focal length, SHUTTER speed, speed of the object being shot, distance from the object of the camera which is of course related to the focal length, whether the moving object is being panned in that the lens is kept on the object as best as posssible, whether the object is stationary and the camera is being panned, the technoloy of the display panel.
Motion blur caused by the panel, a contouring and a smearing has gotten better in lcd land, never a problem in DLP land.
Motion handling doesn't deal with this problem. Motion handling deals with source limitations. nothing to do with the method of projection or display essentially. We can add more frames by computer generation and thenm that depends on how powerful the computer is (built into the projector) and the quality of the algs. We can add black frames to help our brains process and not blur things as much. Avery very complex subject and much more of a problem for video than film before it ios inherent in film. Video has different aspects and often shows continuous motion. Sportds. You want to be as it would be if you were there. No blur.
In films, you want blur, you want judder, you want flicker. You want our miserable projectors to reproduce the source and its crappy 24 fps accurately. Its the cinematic look. All you can legitimately ask our miserable projectosr ito not add to the smear and blur because of slow panel speed. Things are getting beteer inlcd land here but perfection is not possible with that technology.
There is so much more to this but it is pretty much a waste of time given the few people here and two months from now the same subject and stupid postsd like mine appearing again.