Originally Posted by joevfx
how do you know the Sony is fixed ? maybe the motion enhancer is turnign on/off 120hz like the mits does. Sony just wanted to name the settign somethign fancy, they do that with everything. ( cinemotion for reverse3:2, motion naturizer for black frame insertion)
after having reread the manual regarding Motion Enhancer, Sonystyle specs on the A3000 and some other areas, I believe you are almost 100% correct. Motion Enhancer, also know as as Motionflow on the cover of the manual does seem to be the 120hz option
. On the cover of the manual it has a logo for DFI(Dark Frame Insertion) Motionflow/120hz. <--- this comes under the same logo. Then under Video Options on pg 37 of the manual, Motion Enhancer states: It activates Motionflow
to enhance the smoothness of picture movement and to reduce blur. Motion Enhancer is Motionflow which is what activates 120hz. This will become more clear to those that can see the manual and read exactly what it does.
This must mean that the A3000 is a 60hz display. Bam, we get the best of both.
I do not believe Motion Naturalizer is what some thought, since the logo for Motionflow on the cover of the manual has DFI wording incorporated into it.
If you click on the link below it will take you to SOnystyle and the PDF link for the A3000 manual. It is for the 55 inch, but it is the same tv. You can then look at the cover and see the Motionflow(DFI ) logo and on pg 37 the Video Option settings which explains Motion Enhancer aka Motionflow as well as the other Motion settings.http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/mod...S55A3000&LOC=3