Originally Posted by chriss2d
I don't want to get into a pointless debate, but I've spent a lot time with every 3-D set available now and all of them have crosstalk. Even the Pannys. The Pannys do the best job at handling it, but I can see crosstalk in virtually every shot of any film on any set. It's the nature of the technology. Some people just aren't as sensitive to it and that's a good thing. I wish I didn't notice it too believe me.
I just wanted to chime in and concur that the pannys do have crosstalk. I'm not an expert but in the times that I've seen it, it seems to be because of decay time of the phosphors...
One cool thing is that on my 3d panny bluray, I can pause and slow mo, and the image remains in 3d. One example where there is obvious crosstalk is in Coraline, during the scene where Coraline goes outside at night where her "other" father shows her the garden. There is a scene where three hummingbirds fly towards you. If you pause it as they're furthest out of the screen, you can close the right eye and see the bright orange hummingbird against the dark sky, but also a faint image of the hummingbird intended for the right eye. Then close the left eye and open your right eye and where that faint image was, the right eye view of the hummingbird takes its place and there is a faint outline of the left eye's image.
I notice this almost anytime something pops out of the screen and the background is dark.
I can see how some people might not see it or notice it though. I wish I was one of them.