Originally Posted by bkilian
It may not be a TV set, but most monitors work at a default of 60hz.
Errr, no, in fact they don't. They work where you set them - with the arrival of LCD flickering is not really an issue anymore but it does not mean they don't have a range
where they can sync.
monitors have a specified range
where they work - even the everyday el cheapo 19" Dell etc.
In the case of the PF10-series it is 48-100Hz
Secondly these professional broadcast monitors are made with pluggable/swappable IO boards
which are pretty much a complete system on a board - Panasonic offers even WiFi media player
for these slots. It's in the docs and been confirmed several ways that different boards support different formats/resolutions/framerates/refresh rates
I suggest you to read the relevant documentation, it's all there.
"I don't see judder" is not really proof. Manufacturer documentation, or lab verified testing would normally be considered proof.
Did you read the original or the topic? If you did I'm afraid you need to read it again - it's all there including links to tests with a VP50 etc.
PS: mfr docs versus "lab verified testing"... now that's funny.