These are from my ISF-calibrated 50" LX-508D (8G, 1080P) Kuro. It's really an amazing TV. I also used to own a 9G Kuro (The LX-5090) but sold it as I didn't need two televisions any more. The 9G has an even better black level, but the 8G has pretty superb blacks after professional calibration anyway, so the difference was marginal to my eyes. As you can see, the blacks blend right into the bezel, and this is on an 8G model! The ISF calibration made an enormous improvement, the difference is like night and day.
The content is some 1080P HD demo video files played back via my PS3. I've also watched the "Avengers Assemble" BD on it tonight and the PQ was jaw-dropping. It looked so good that I was engrossed into the movie and forgot to take any screen caps.
I've been auditioning the new Panasonic VT50 in my local AV store, but I can see massive flicker on them whenever showing bright/white scenes. Apparently, this is caused by the way Panasonic PDPs drive the panel and some people are susceptible to it, whereas others are immune. I seem to be one of the unlucky few, so this makes Panny plasmas unusable for me. I guess I'm sticking with Pioneer until something better comes along.
FULL ALBUM (more pictures and higher resolution):http://imageshack.us/g/1/9941792/
SAMPLE IMAGES (click to enlarge):Edited by ekotan - 12/30/12 at 6:27pm