Originally Posted by Erath
When I first got my tv the 3d was perfect. Then I updated the firmware and it broke it, maybe you're having the same problem? After trying to get Panasonic to do anything about it I just gave up. Switching to 48hz from 60hz helped slightly, but it's not like it was before. Even when the crosstalk is minimal the depth is pathetic. On the uk forums you see people actually complaining about the firmware ruining the 3d and Panasonic doing something about it. Seems to effect a very small amount of sets, or people just aren't noticing. It seemed to effect sbs content more for me.
Hmmmm I only have one poor copy of a 3D movie (Wrath of the Titans). I never saw it under the original 1.03 firmware. I was probaly using the 1.15 at the time and now I'm using the 1.17 from last week. Overall, it looked fine. The depth was fine and I didn't notice any cross talk. Some scenes were kinda flat but that has to be the source. If it were the TV, the entire movie would have been flat.
I just turned on the 2D-3D conversion while watching the Nightly Business Report. It looks pretty good (to my surprise.) It's kinda like I could reach into the screen. Nothing is crawling out of the screen but i have no idea what it looked like with 1.03 installed.
Rather than ramble, can I suggest doing a factory reset from the service menu. (you will need to find the magic button sequence). I have seen instances in the past (with unrelated electronic devices) where un-expected results occurred when software upgrades were applied over "un-expected" initial conditions. Other times a full reset will clear "flags" that were set in factory set-up by one software team that were not fully considered by later software update teams. This would be what I would try first.
I'm assuming you have gone into the menus and picked the desired level of 3D depth you want ????