Originally Posted by Ken Ross
There is no difference in the handling of judder between any of the OLED models. They're all the same. 24p judder is inherent in the source and can be seen during camera pans. I see no difference in the amount of judder between my B6 OLED and my Sony 940c LCD. Both show it to the same degree.
If 3D is important to you, get the C. If it's not, get the B.
Ken, from your reply I'm going to guess that there is no difference in the amount of judder with Blu-ray movies or other 24p content on the C6 than there is on my Sony 850c, which I purchased in June 2015. Of course I can pretty much get rid of the judder on the Sony by creating a 'soap opera' picture, and I'm going to guess that that may be pretty much true for the c6, but I've learned to just accept our technology for what it is. I'm heartened by the fact that cinema movies have a lot of judder and nobody seems to notice it. And so if I can accept it on my Sony I don't think it would be any worse with OLED. If I'm wrong, please correct me.
But I would like to ask you some questions prior to making a possible Black Friday purchase of the 65" c6. First, how good might the passive 3D be on the c6? I must tell you that 3D on the Sony is one of its biggest pluses. The 3D effect is fantastic, there is no ghosting or crosstalk at all, the picture is very bright and the active-shutter glasses cause no eye strain and they're light as a feather. Naturally, because it's active-shutter the 3D picture is true 1080p, which I don't think OLED 3D can give, but if you'd be kind enough to give me your opinion on this I would very much appreciate it.
Secondly, how good is shadow detail on the 2016 c6? I'm hearing rumors that LG is going to address this in their 2017 models, so do you think this would be worth holding off for?
Finally, do you think HDR is adequate on the c6? If so, I don't think it would be worth paying more for the 2017 OLED TVs just to get a marginally better picture.
If you can answer any of my questions I would be deeply grateful. As you know, it is pretty much impossible to get any kind of a demo in-store.