Originally Posted by joerod
If I decided not to use it I would sell my 1000.
Joe. Would you recommend or buy the machine if it didn't have RC?
I would buy the machine regardless of whether it had it or not. The question is whether one should use it and how to set it. And frankly it doesn't matter whether someone else uses it, or thinks it should or shouldn't be used, you have a choice. Should you or shouldn't you? What if you do and you really shouldn't or what if you don't because he told you you shoudn't and it turns out you should. And God forbid you use it and don't set it optimally. No one here can tell you how to set it. Well this one said not to use it, another said use it but set the sliders to minimum, Sony says to use 20 and 20 at normal brightness and 50 and 50 for torch modes, and Haflich says watch out using too much RC noise filtering cause it causes blotches on a pixel on off pattern and balance out the red on a pixel on off pattern with a proper mix of resolution and noise filtering whatever that may be.
When you get the machine, play with it to your hearts content. And please tell everyone who thinks you should do something re RC that is different from what you are doing that you will be doing that even if you won't.
Do whatever you think looks better to your peepers. And if you can't make that choice based on what you see, then buy something else that doesn't have that option.