Originally Posted by Alexx1
Well first of all, Panasonic got the exclusive not because they are the best but because it was Panasonic that finanaced Cameron in developing his 3D camera to begin with. Secondly, Panasonic isn't the best. Neither is any LED or LCD 3D TV. The best 3D viewing is "DLP" which Mitsubishi currently dominates the market. That is until January (next month) when Optoma will begin to release their DLP 3D Projectors. Which I plan on taking full advantage of.
Not only will it be a lot cheaper than a Panasonic 3D TV and better 3D quality (zero crosstalk), but ten times bigger on one's own home theater screen. Bigger than any 3D TV can ever hope to be.
For now I have a Sony Bravia 3D TV which I'm very happy with.
Well i disagree, dlp is not the best, and with the lcd(led) vs plasma, ive had them all, and the vt25 ( CES winner in case you havent kept up with current events) is the best 3d capable tv. The samsungs, Sonys, can be good but will exhibit way more problems when running 3d . And yes, as you said panasonic has the first cameras, and is at the forefront.. I would never use a projection for 3d,, too much resolution loss...
the vt25 is the only 3d tv that has exhibited near perfect 3d running 3d bluray