Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
I did some movie watching with my Standard pic mode calibration and noticed that Motion Lighting is in full effect with YCbCr signals (such as BD movies) but completely disabled with RGB signals (like when streaming Netflix on the PS3). Overall, the calibration is a lot closer to Movie pic mode than previous year's models from Samsung, but the Motion Lighting with BD movies annoyed me and I prefer Movie pic mode over Standard pic mode overall.
I noticed that it is ON with a YCbCr signal and
a RGB full range
signal, but that it's OFF with a RGB limited
I mainly turn it on (aka switch to Standard mode), when the the room lighting is very
dim and controlled and I want a little extra blacks, which is mainly for gaming. It's sort of like a fun effect when you turn off a flashlight in a dark room and it gets very black.
Basically Instead of having a day calibration and a night calibration with different backlight settings I just toggle motion lighting for the dark nighttime viewing where you would normally anyways already calibrate and lower the backlight for that room.
I would recommened leaving it off when your room lighting isn't controlled and very
dim, or during the day. In those cases you can't really see any benefit to the blacks by lowering the backlight, but you can see the picture get dimmer.