Defending the PJ and those who don't have the flicker issue only serves to insult those who do and have to deal with this insanely frustrating and disappointing issue. In fact, with so many people suggesting simply putting it on high and not realizing that doesn't actually fix it, I suspect many are simply not very sensitive to the problem in the first place. The unfortunate truth is that Sony is selling a product that overwhelmingly costs hundreds if not thousands of dollars more to operate under heavy use than what they advertise.
Sony's ongoing (seriously even the 65s have the issue) consumer abuse shouldn't be excused... every opportunity should be taken to inform consumers so they're aware.
This is a highly likely problem with this product and the product should be avoided.
(Edit: obviously if you only use a PJ like 1000 hours a year then it's probably moot regardless of the PJ you buy... but their 2000 hour+ claims should still be viewed as dubious at best)
Last edited by doubledgedboard; 08-12-2017 at 03:40 AM.