Originally Posted by RapalloAV
Can someone please test if Low Latency mode will work when the anamorphic mode is in A please?
I have only just noticed on my X9900 that Low Latency will only work when the anamorphic mode is OFF, when I bring in my Isco IIIL on the cineslide and engage anamorphic A on the X9900, Low latency is turned off!
As Im getting the NX9, I would hate this to happen with it, if I engage Low latency, I want it on regardless if the anamorphic mode is in OFF or ON.
Maybe this is a bug on the X9900, would love to see what others think???
Good find, and think it may not be a bug, but possibly an undesired feature
Simplistically I always thought low latency modes are simply just turning off much of the image processing. Anamorphic modes are in the image processing area of firmware. At least some processing needs to be activated to do the scaling.
Note this means that the quick brown fox will not be one to on pixel mapping, it will be scaled. While version 1.17 made improvements, its still not perfect even without anamorphic. That said, folks have said at normal viewing distance will pretty much be non issue, I agree, but looking forward to seeing. I'm going to run Paladin DCR with RS3000, so will be scaling in both horizontal and vertical directions.
I believe it's been reported the on board scaling has been improved over what's in your x9900. Is that what your using to do the vertical stretch with your isco? If so, and your happy with it, we should be fine with image content.
For desktop monitor type content, probably use your cineslide to move lens of way and turn low latency mode back on.