Originally Posted by Viche
I have a 240hz samsung lcd and I can still see the lcd motion blur. The 240 helps the frame creation techology, but I don't know that it overcomes the blurriness that you see in lcd motion. Not sure if its the same with projectors.
I'm very sensitive to LCD panel motion blur and as I walk around Best Buy I wonder how people can put up with it, as I see it in so many of their flat panel LCD TVs.
Plasmas, CRTs, and small panel projector
LCD s [ such as the Epson D7 (I think) LCD panel based Panasonic PTAE4000 I've had for a year, or so] don't seem to have this same problem and I'm viewing in a much better setting than a department store, and on a 98" screen, so I think I'd notice it if it were a problem. I guess .7" LCDs don't have this same problem as their big brothers.
LCOS/SXRD projectors on the other hand I believe do
have this problem. At least they did when I investigated them some 5 years ago or so. I'm not sure about single chip DLP, but their rainbow distortion, which I am also sensitive to, makes them a deal breaker in my book.