Originally Posted by TreeDee
You don't see any ghosting at all, or is it just significantly reduced? Can you test a dark area within a game (like uncharted 3 for example) with the depth set to max?
I have seen zero ghosting so far. While I haven't had a chance to try Uncharted 3 yet (I do own the game and will try to check it out; let me know if there is a specific area you're interested in) I did check out a few more scenes that would trip up my Samsung plasma:
- Selected scenes from Hugo had zero ghosting; even a scene near the end of Melies wearing a black tux with a white shirt (which was murder on the plasma) looked rock solid on the LM7600 without any double-imaging whatsoever.
- The Avatar videogame for 360 (played in side by side mode) had really bad ghosting whenever there was a closeup of a character speaking to you on the plasma; the same graphics on the LM7600 looked perfect; no double-images at all.
Originally Posted by ssgmun5000
Thanks for your impressions. 3D on these sets are sounding great. I do not want to go into the technicality of the full HD 3D since a previous poster is already trying to argue otherwise. The 3D always looked great to me on the LW6500..what I am more interested in is the claim of the reduced eye-strain. Have you noticed any improvement on this?
I've put in about two hours on the set (45 minutes in one go being the most continuous time so far) and I've had zero headaches or eyestrain. I was showing the 3D to my parents (who've never really used a 3D set) and neither reported any ill effects from watching about 15 minutes of Under the Sea.
Again, I want to stress there's nothing scientific about what I'm reporting here; just my observations of the set compared to my Samsung 3D plasma which I've owned for almost 2 1/2 years.
EDIT: I was curious to see how a post conversion would look on the 7600 so I watched Green Lantern fron start to finish. I'm a GL fan so I've seen this movie several times and am very familiar with scenes that trip up my plasma. On my plasma I got only a minor sense of depth and lots of double images throughout the film. With the 7600 the increased brightness yielded much better depth and I again observed zero ghosting. The image was also razor sharp, every bit as much so as my plasma. The experience was so much better it really felt like I was seeing the movie for the first time. Based on what I've seen so far I think LG has nailed the 3D experience with the LM7600.
EDIT #2: Forgot to mention this but probably worth noting; the screen on the 7600 is fairly glossy and can definitely be plagued by reflections based on where its positioned. I have a window right behind where I sit and its clearly visible as a reflection in the TV during the daytime. Its not a problem at night and a heavy curtain should block out most of the light during the day but its definitely something to be aware of.