Originally Posted by Ken Ross
FWIW, I see no difference in judder between my 65" B6 and my 75" Sony 940c. When one shows judder in a particular scene, the other does too. No difference in occurrence or magnitude from what I can see.
Well I wish I could say the same my friend, unfortunately I was just at BB viewing several LG OLED's including the top of the line 6G today. I was checking out this very thing and motion remains a rather big problem for me.
So I'm hoping many of you here can confirm and tell me if you are experiencing similar issues when it comes to motion handling on other displays not just the OLED's. Also I know some of you here have swapped out or upgraded your current display for this very new top of the line LED/LCD display the ''Z9'' and I would like to here your take on the motion handling. Now as for myself I'm coming from the Sharp ELITE Pro, and from what I call tell the motion handling it very similar or the same as the ''Z9''.
So I was just at BB viewing several LG OLED's including the top of the line 6G today. I was checking out the motion handling and it remains a rather big problem for me.
I made sure and turned off all the motion enhancements but it still didn't look any good. Now I know some Judder is normal on 25pfs content but this was way to high very abnormal way to much Judder going on here it was way out of control. And this wasn't the only issue I saw that bothered me, I saw very bad motion trailing. This was was very obvious and distracting to me, it just wasn't something I could ignore. Now I'm not sure if it's something similar to Plasma trailing but whatever it was I didn't like it and found it very distracting. It looked like a motion streek or phosphor trail but do OLED's have them as well?
Also I realize their may be other factors going on here as well that can explain what I'm seeing such as my sensitively to motion artifacts or that some other people are used to these kind of motion artifacts and just don't notice them anymore? Or perhaps some can choose to choose to ignore them or grow accustomed to them over time?
So as I sad I'm coming form a Sharp ELITE Pro and the motion is spot on, and I know other top end displays like the ''Z9'' can be just as good but I'm just really confused as to why these top of the line OLED's can't do as good for me on the 24pfs motion and I'm seeking answers. I know other who have come forward to say they can see the same issues as me so I know I'm not alone! So unless I could get used to these motion artifacts, (highly unlikely) these awesome looking OLED's or other displays having the same motion artifacts are just not going to fly with me.
I of course will continue to look into this and observe other display mainly the OLED's since I believe that's the future. Meanwhile I will try arrange for a viewing with a side by side comparison so I can better discribe what I'm seeing and figure out what's going on. Anyway I guess this is all mute for some of you because if you don't see what I'm trying to discribe here then it's probably for the better.