Originally Posted by D-Nice
Your wrong. Their driving method causes false measurement perception with standard window patterns. 26fL on the VT25 and especially 30 does not actually equate to 26fL. It's more like 37fL.
If one were to calibrate all three of those panels to 35fL with standard patterns, the VT25 and 30 will look brighter because of the above.
It is impossible that 26 fL equal to 37 fL!
The physics don't know that kind of phenomenon. If you are in the right, then ain't light meter in the world, which could measure the light emission of an Panasonic VT30 plasma screen. - They will certainly measure out my Samsung B550's brightness!
Purkinje effect describe the difference between sensations for red and blue in different lighting conditions. That's all.
The idea of 'Panasonic effects'
exist only in the mind of in no way of me.
Believe you me!