Originally Posted by Dener Melo
The X1 extreme in the reviews was already considered the best image processor on the market (you can search in more than 20 reviews that will all speak the same thing).
That is correct
1 - better depth of field
I must say that I've never heard about it in the context of Sony TV image processing. What does it do with original depth of field? Increases, decreases or something else? Can you post some link to the explanation as I'm interested in that topic
2 - best upscaling
This is very vague term. It is impossible to judge differences in up-scaling without direct and detailed comparison between different TVs. Even then it is so difficult to make proper assessment of up-scaling performance as there are many parameters which are affecting up-scaling. Whole section "Clarity" in the TV settings. Depending on those settings up-scaling can look very good or very bad on the same TV. Again some link would be useful here.
3 - a good improvement in X-Motion technology (it is worth since the previous model was almost a test model.) In addition to the new processor that makes the transitions better, we have better movement and sharpness of it)
I've never heard about any problems/issues with X-Motion technology on Extreme chip (X900F). It works very well. It is basically advanced black frame insertion and you need it in specific conditions when motion blur is important to you for instance for sport or when gaming. I don't use it at all as I mainly watch movies and motion blur doesn't bother me at all. You should remember that when X-Motion technology is activated flicker frequency drops from standard 720Hz to 120Hz (according to rtings) and that could be distracting to some people.
Improvements in XG95 do not justify the price difference versus XF900.
65" XG95 and 65" ZF9 are currently at a very near cost in Europe, I personally prefer ZF9.
Currently I can buy 75" XF90 on lower price from 65" XG95 ...
Totally agree. Prices in Europe are crazy. Just an example from UK:
55 X95G £1,899 -> ~ 2,500 USD
65 X95G £2,499 -> ~ 3,290 USD
75 X95G £3,999 -> ~ 5,263 USD
I live in Europe and don't even consider X95G now at that price level. Spec is just fine but new model doesn't really bring any innovations to justify those prices.