Originally Posted by Jay5298
I understand that screenshots don't tell the whole story, but if he is using the same camera settings and taking one picture after the other you would think that the way the image on the screen looks to the eye would be duplicated by the camera. Or at least the camera wouldn't change the way her face looks from one shot to the next if he took 2 pictures of the identical image. If so then he is changing a setting in the camera or not standing at the same distance from one shot to the next. It may not change the colors, but the contrast is definitely changed based on those shots.
I would like to read Kris' complete review, not sure which magazine he writes for though.
remember, the last few shots are also including the JVC e-shift technique as well (which itself can change the perceived contrast) . I have the e-shift MPC set to 3 which is the highest setting. I can go back dial this down since it can be a little hot with a setting of 3. I usually run it at 1 or 2 with the Darby @ 35%.
screenshots are fun to look at, but it's difficult to replicate exactly what the eye is seeing. Most LCD monitors are only 1000:1, not likely gamma calibrated, etc. The best best is to demo it in your particular setup and see for yourself.
When used moderately as I've done with the RS55 and BQ W7000, it's hard not to appreciate the subtle, yet positive affect the Darbee has on the overall IQ (2D and 3D). I was dismissive of this product until I had it in my HT.