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It is partly for pictures Panasonic 2013 ...

With the PS3, the ST60 on " True Cinema " RGB (Skyfall) BD :





The quite sharp with the PS3, deep blacks on the ST60 on " Shanghai " ... wink.gif
post #2 of 202
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" Octopussy " ( BD ) " True Cinéma " ...

Pio BD320/ST60 :






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post #3 of 202
Yep nice pics urga smile.gif
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Thank you ,
For the price the ST60 is a small bomb ... eek.gif
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I passed on the way "Custom" settings basics last night without tweaking too ...

BD320/ST60 ( BD ) :





It sends a sacred sauce

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" Lawrence d'Arabie " ( BD ) .

Pio BD320/ST60 :




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The ST60 on how " Custom " with Pio BD320 ...

Color patterns DVD Pal 720x576i 1080p upscaling :





Pictures made ​​with ambient light of the piece ... cool.gif
post #9 of 202
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" Jaw " ( BD ) .

Mode " Custom " .

Pio BD320/ST60 :









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post #10 of 202
Urga, do you have any Identical stills from your ST60 and your Kuro, so we can do a direct comparison?
post #11 of 202
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Originally Posted by dsskid View Post

Urga, do you have any Identical stills from your ST60 and your Kuro, so we can do a direct comparison?
Hello ,

LX55/Kuro


PioBD320/ST60 :


Kuro :


ST60 :


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post #12 of 202
Thank you Urga.
post #13 of 202
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Thank you Urga.
So which do you like ? wink.gif
post #14 of 202
Viewing off my computer monitor, the Kuro has slightly pink skin tones, whereas the Panasonic has slightly yellow/green skin tones. Could be a matter of just tweaking.

Shadow detail and black levels look excellent on both.
post #15 of 202
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Originally Posted by dsskid View Post

Viewing off my computer monitor, the Kuro has slightly pink skin tones, whereas the Panasonic has slightly yellow/green skin tones. Could be a matter of just tweaking.

Shadow detail and black levels look excellent on both.
I think to me, the gray of a Kuro + are neutral, Pana still trending a greenish hair, this is not new ...
It's hard to see the color texture of a Kuro, is unique to Pioneer ...
To the level and depth of blacks, the Kuro is still the master in a dark room,
but little ... wink.gif
post #16 of 202
I agree with the green comment. Hard to tell a difference in black level from my computer screen, but I will defer to you, since you have both in your home.
post #17 of 202
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I am recovering from "Jaws" with the " True Cinema " mode RGB Gamma 2.4 .

Pio BD320/St60 :







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post #18 of 202
Nice pictures smile.gif I am a Samsung F8500 owner. What file size are the photos you posted?
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Nice pictures smile.gif I am a Samsung F8500 owner. What file size are the photos you posted?
hello ,
The file size is never equal after the shot ...
My rezise is 1024x576 ... wink.gif
post #20 of 202
yep, Pioneer cinema textures looks like unique......but we must keep in mind the different prices
post #21 of 202
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Originally Posted by Urga View Post

I am recovering from "Jaws" with the " True Cinema " mode RGB Gamma 2.4 .

Pio BD320/St60 :







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I just wanna reach out and grab Harry's bad hat !


Urga,
I have a 5020 and a PS3 - is the 320 better than the PS3 ?


The Kuro , to me, just does skin tones/ faces better than the St60 - maybe I'm biased ?
Edited by B72 - 6/17/13 at 9:33pm
post #22 of 202
Just a question? Is your ST 60 calibrated Urga? If it is not then I wouldn't make comparisons to an uncalibrated ST 60. Come on guys pictures don't show how it really looks , the camera that is taking the picture has to be calibrated to D65 white point , the tv's have to be calibrated to D65 white point, the computer monitor most of us are using to view the pictures on have to be calibrated as well. I view the pictures through my tv out vga to hdmi converter and my tv is calibrated. So I get a general idea of what it looks like, I will agree that the flesh tones are not as "natural" on the ST 60 but I would get your ST 60 calibrated before making a "true" comparison. Have a good one smile.gif
post #23 of 202
If two displays are calibrated, with photos taken by the same camera, same settings, same environment, and you are viewing them on the same monitor, then you should be able to do a comparison.
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Hey I am moving form my Pioneer Pro-hd1 to the new TC-P55VT60 and I am breking in now with slides - I am searching everywhere for VT60 calibrations settings - can someone help me please.
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Originally Posted by dsskid View Post

If two displays are calibrated, with photos taken by the same camera, same settings, same environment, and you are viewing them on the same monitor, then you should be able to do a comparison.
Both screens have good settings, it is important for the colo is the W / B made ​​manually on each screen with a pattern for 100% compliance with the colorimetry on each photo ... wink.gif
post #26 of 202
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" Avenger " ( BD ) " True Cinéma " mode .

Pio BD320/ST60 :








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post #27 of 202
Subscribing to this thread. Great pics Urga as always. Hopefully at some point I can contribute to this thread.
post #28 of 202
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" Cléopatre " ( BD ) , " Custom " mode .

S790/ST60 :

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post #30 of 202
Urga, great pictures. What do you think of the Cleopatra Bluray? I've liked this movie since I was a kid and saw it on TV in the 70s. Ben Hur and Lawrence of Arabia are pretty darn good. Looks like Cleopatra is in the same league.

How do you like your Sony BD-S790? I have a Sony ES BDP-S5000 which was in my opinion the best in 2008, but it does not play 3D discs, nor does the player recognize some blurays I have. I have thought about getting the BD-S790 for the dual hdmi output as my receiver is not 3D capable and the S790 can play SACD. Any input you can give me would be appreciated.

Your Panasonic looks really good. I'm sure you are enjoying it.
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