Originally Posted by TheGuyInTheChair
in that case........ mustangs ur black levels are still good
at least compared to my tv using the same camera settings
This illustrates my point perfectly.
What good is your comparison? The list of variables that differ between your setups is potentially huge. Here are just a fraction of them that I can think of off the top of my head that can dramatically alter the results -
* You aren't using the same camera
* You aren't using the same TV settings
* You haven't got comparable hours clocked up on the phosphors
* You don't have the same ambient lighting conditions
* You haven't warmed the TV up to the same degree
* You aren't using the same source to view the black screen
The image retention in your shot is so bad that I can clearly read the OSD. Its an indication that either your set is dramatically different or you took this shot with little thought as to what you were doing. For all we know, the previous source which is burned into the display could be a full white screen and you've taken this shot merely seconds after changing from it.
Its an absolutely worthless comparison to make.