Originally Posted by mp20748
I'm about sure your camera is not working too good for you on the screenshots. Not all od them do well for these shots.
However, your camera is show very good background definition, because almost everything in the backgrounds is clearly visible.
But what its not showing is overall sharpness. And it doing a very bad job at capturing the colors properly, and that's the main thing that lets me know its not up to the task.
I think too that the camera doesn't work well or probably i'm not able to do that it works well.
I work only in MANUAL mode, FINE quality, SMALL (1504 X 1000) size, ISO 200 but I don't know what is the right white balance to chase (shade, flash, cloudy,auto...).
Those last pics taken in RAW mode and than batched to JPEG. But the results are the same.
I would like know your opinion and have your help.
Question: and based on what I'm seeing in your shots. If you were to switch from 1080P 72hz to 1980P 60hz, are you seeing a difference in sharpness?
It seems like you setup is handling 1080P 72hz exceptionally well. Right now I can't do 1080P 72hz, but when I had the lumagen, that rate makes the picture jump off the screen for some reason.
I chose the 1080p/72 Hz because if I start on the OPPO from a 1080p/24 I need only the 1080p/72 Hz by Lumagen to have fluid images without snap. Is this a mistake?
I'm here to learn.
I think at last that the work of your red C element is very important in the global colour balance.