....or do any of them, perhaps the high end ones, exceed 60FPS input?
Note, I'm trying to stay clear of the Hz terminology as much as I can to stem confusion with the internal refresh rates.
It's not a spec that I can readily find---I'm not even sure what the industry term would be for it.
To try to ask this better (or worse, I'm sorry):
I've seen mentioned what the *output* limitations typically are (I don't remember them all) of various content producing machines, such as: 24fps directly (no pull-down from blu-ray) or 30fps (DVD/blu-ray movie w/ pull-down) or 30-interlaced (from comcast STB) or up to 60fps from blu-ray (I'm fuzzy on all of these---please correct me if you like!!!!!!).
However, I can't seem to find anywhere if there are any, say, "120Hz TV's" could be driven at 120FPS directly through the HDMI from some source truly producing 120FPS (PC? Or some magic hardware box purporting to it's *own* better interpolation).
Perhaps a scenario where some 120 Hz TV's "gaming mode" can accept up to 120FPS frames a second (and hence bypass it's own interpolation)?
Java developers, when I saw what has been placed into Java 8 I was immediately reminded of how I've spent so much of my life trying to protect engineers from themselves. Lambda expressions are a horrible idea. Gentlemen: the goal isn't to make code readable for a competent mid-level engineer. The goal is to make code readable for a competent mid-level engineer exhausted and hopped up on caffeine at 3 am. What a disaster Java 8 is!