Originally Posted by RVonse
Look at post #156 above and see a big difference in clarity even though both shots were done close to 600 pixels.
Ok, let's go over this one more time.
In order to determine sharpness, you'll first need a very clean source or pattern. In the case with the below patterns that for some strange reason keeps popping up as a reference for sharpness, I'd just like to point out a few things about that pattern that would not allow it to be a reference.
First, look at that huge level of edge enhancement. Then also note the distortion in her face.
These three problems prohibit that pattern from being a good clip for sharpness.Sharpness can ONLY be determined when using a good and clean source
.Sharpness can never be associated with edge enhancement
.And where there's distortion, it's always a bad reference for sharpness
Now, for a better comparison use one of the other posted images from the 909 to compare to the many posted and sharp images from the G90 - and when I've done that, I'm still seeing the G90 to be much sharper. Not only is it sharper, it's actually pulling out a great level of background detail (resolution), which is a great accomplishment for a stack.
1920x1080P should always play out on the screen with clarity in both foreground and background. And it should be done without showing ANY artifacts of distortion.