Originally Posted by mitico303
I talked with Sony Italy about the "issue" of the 540p resolution with 3D contents. This is what they told me:If we talk about the ability of the screen to present a 3D image, the maximum resolution that comes to the individual viewer's eye is 1080px namely:
3840 x 1080 Left Eye
3840 x 1080 Right Eye
Virtual 3D image - 3840 x 2160
Obviously, for this you must have a 4K native 3D content, so if you refer to the resolution of a single image, right or left is 1080.
If we start from a content FHD the factors are:
1920 x 540 Left Eye
1920 x 540 Right Eye
Virtual 3D image - 1920 x 1080
Added to this there is to consider the 4K upscaling on the screen. In this case the native resolution of the 3D content is necessarily 540px
And about the horizontal lines on the 55":The lines noticed are probably due to the FPR filter in front of this panel, needed for the passive 3D technology
Hmmm. There isn't any 4K 3D content, not that this TV is capable of displaying it anyway. Even Panasonic's all-singing all-dancing active 3D 4K does NOT accept 4K 3D.
Originally Posted by johanverschuren
6500K is daylight temperature. Get use to Warm 2 and after a while you will see that the colors are accurate. All the studio's and motion pictures are using 6500K as color temperature.
People can wax lyrical about their preferences until the cows come home, and that's fine. You like what you like. But if you want accuracy, then there can be only one: 6500K. If you have not calibrated your set to that standard - which is not as simple as just setting it to Warm 2, although that's a start - then you are not seeing video content as it was intended to be seen. It's that simple.
Yes, it does look overly yellow if you're not used it, but give it time and your brain equalises; whites look white, blacks looks black and everything in between is as accurate as possible. If I switch over to Neutral or Cool, even Warm 1, people look like Smurfs because the colour is incredibly blue.
Also, I've got no problems with gamma tracking or greyscale set to Warm 2. The gamma is tracking as flat as I've ever seen it and delta errors in the greyscale max out at 2, the average error being 1.1.