Originally Posted by allencc3
Since no one was able to answer my question as to why the 900E kills the 950G in the motion category, I will explain why.
X900E has MotionFlow 960
X930E has MotionFlow 960
X900F has X-Motion Clarity no rate reported
X850G has MotionFlow 960
X950G has X-Motion Clarity no rate reported
Z9D has MotionFlow 1440
Z9F has X-Motion Clarity
A8G has MotionFlow no rate reported
A9G has MotionFlow no rate reported
A1E has MotionFlow no rate reported
It appears that MotionFlow performs better than X-Motion Clarity. Also, why are all the higher end models not moving on to X-Motion Clarity? Sony has started degrading motion quality beginning with the F line of TVs. And since the X850G will have MotionFlow 960, it will probably outperform the 950G in the motion category as well. SMH, time to order one of the few 930Es that are still in stock.
Do you even know what X-Motion Clarity stands for? It is only possible on FALD sets (and only introduced on the 900F; technical/(marketing?) issues exclude it being added on the 900/940E afterwards) ...
The Polish review says the motion on the (75) XG is one of the sharpest they have ever seen, with Clearness and
Smoothness on 2 or 3 (X-Motion is Clearness 1)
What settings are on both of yours? (and what sizes)
Motionflow rating for the 900F is 1200, haven't encountered for the 2019 models so far. For OLED's it was XR120 so far afaik
(converted from euro spec XR100) ... Z9F is 1440 as well (or at least that's what I noted down, will have to check where I got it from; XR1200 in euro terms).
I started this reply before any others were made but I see two have been posted in the mean time (past midnight here so rest of 'fact checking' will be for 'tomorrow')