Today I watched Despicable Me 2. At the beginning I could see some ghosting. Then I realized that Motion Flow was on High Smooth. It turned it on low and it took care most of ghosting but still there was some. Then I turned it off and ghosting was gone. Turning motion flow off increased brightness (we all need that in 3D specially) and also took care of ghosting. Turning of motion flow at first I could see a little flicker but after like 3 minutes I got used to it and didn't feel like it was there. I didn't see any ghosting or any issue. Brightness wise, I was satisfied. It a 16:9 movie and therefore it was enough brightness that I didn't feel the need anywhere that I needed more light.
A quick question about Reality Creation. This is from a few reviews
You can view this feature like some form of detail enhancement feature or even work like a Darblet, but all I can say is Reality Creation does improve on clarity and enhance details without introducing rings or video noise to the overall picture quality. This is not your average "sharpening" feature. On top of that, it also make subtle changes to the colors and overall contrast that bring out a whole new level of clarity to the entire presentation.
Reality Creation, on the other hand, is not upscaling. Reality Creation is a detail enhancement system similar to Panasonic's Detail Clarity or Epson's Super Resolution. It makes the picture appear sharper, clearer, and higher in detail. You can apply Reality Creation to the picture regardless of where the scaling is performed.
Turning it to max (100), I didn't notice any image noise. I even picked scenes where I can see pixels shining and turning off RC didn't make a difference in these pixels shining any less. In other words, I didn't notice any image noise using RC even at 100. So my question is: Why one wouldn't want to use RC at 100
Here is another confusion. Again from a review
In conclusion, this is a brilliant 2D projector in every sense of the word. The Reality Creation algorithm created by SONY is an astounding breakthrough which enhances your existing bluray titles to near 4K quality effortlessly. It is even better when your source (bluray player) supports 4K pass through to the projector for Reality Creation to do its “movie-magic”
I use PS3 and it has no 4K pass through. What does it mean then? Is PS3 not letting RC do its magic?Edited by SherazNJ - 2/5/14 at 6:45pm