Originally Posted by Elix
This thread is pointless. You look at pictures and think to yourself "Wow! This TV looks great!", but in reality it's your TV that looks great. Because you're watching these pics on it.
Another thing to take into consideration is that it's your camera that can make your TV look great or awful. ....
So, unless all of you make shots with the same settings (ISO, aperture, exposure, white balance and other settings), the pictures won't compare.....And even then you would know how the picture should look like if you've seen its source on your calibrated set.
Now understanding all this, what is the point of such threads, really?
My old TX-PR42GT20:
if you aren't sold on the point of the thread then why'd you post a picture of your set in the end
Actually, am viewing these pictures on my Acer LED LCD Computer Monitor.
1) Yes, posting pictures online & expecting to be able to make any REAL comparisons is folly;
2) HOWEVER, it is still a lot of FUN! And I enjoy seeing photos of other people's sets.
3) And, yes again, both Camera AND TV settings can result in a photo that looks either Great, or Horrible: and as an example, your photo of the GT20 - as viewed on THIS monitor - appears to show the highest quality of any photo on this page of the thread.
But am not certain that that Apparent Quality would hold up if we placed a 2012 panel side-by-side with the GT20....