Originally Posted by Bassplayer6
Which motion setting do you have on?
Please send your basic settings.
Motion, Filters, Dimming
By "Dimming" are you referring to System>Eco>Eco Sensor?
Originally Posted by grizzledbiker
What does your book say?
User Guide makes no mention of USB except not to plug in upside down.
Pg 33 (rear view detail) Port Labels can be easily read
using a 60X microscope.
E-Manual says that Camera must use labeled USB:
"<!>When connecting the TV camera to 2014 Samsung TV models, make sure to connect it to the specified USB port of the TV. Other USB ports do not support the TV camera or Motion Control."
Then on pg 217;
"The TV supports MSC (Mass Storage Class) USB devices only. MSC is a class designation for mass storage devices. Types of MSC devices include external hard drives, flash card readers, and digital cameras. (USB hubs are not supported.) These kinds of devices must be connected directly to the TV's USB port. The TV may not be able to recognize the USB device or read the files on the device if it is connected to the TV via a USB extension cable. Do not disconnect the USB device while transferring files.
● When connecting an external hard drive, use the USB (HDD) port. We recommend that you use an external hard drive with its own power adapter."
That's sum-total on USB and (all of) their Port Illustrations
are non-TV specific without location or labeling.
They do a good job of defining and describing HDMI Ports function
(without specific locations and generic graphics), DVI, MHL, HDCP and HDMI 2.2
along with HDMI ARC.
No mention of EX-LINK (Port next to Audio Out).
Little booklet with Gift HD said to use USB-3 and I can see
how this is easy to find when TV is sitting on a bench in the Lab.
Samsung's published information is on a par with their consumer tech support,
at least on that USB subject.
Not just Sammy for sure, printed documentation is all but non-existent
today and you're lucky if you can find most of what you need online.
Sites like these provide support where the companies do not.