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Originally Posted by RBO
I've noticed for years on even my 60" Pioneer Kuro how bad Fox Sports broadcasts are for PQ. I had no idea just how bad though until I started watching this NFL season on my 77" C8. I'm convinced it is a difference of high def cameras they use. You can see, on my 77" anyway, PQ dramatically changes from one camera angle to another in the same game and some shots are horrible. And of course I'm not being critical of the slow to focus shots or the extreme long range shots or the heat blasters distorting the shots. Fox just clearly does not invest as much in state of the art for their sports cameras as the other networks seem to do.
Maybe it's the 720-P60 HD. I always thought NBCs 1080i games looked better, although ABC & ESPN games in 720-P60 HD & look okay.
I don't think this will happen on network broadcast channels but I'm hoping we'll see 4k streaming available for pro & collage football fans for the 2019-20 season.
Man-Cave Home Theater: Sony VPL-VW385ES 4k Projector, CIH, 130" Stewart ScreenWall 2.35:1 1.3 gain, Denon AVR-X4400H, nVidia Shield TV (2017), Oppo BDP-203 Blu-ray Player, 6 - HSU HB-1 MK2 Front & Surrounds, 1 - HSU HC-1 MK2 Center, 4 - HIW-1 Horn In-Wall Speakers (ceiling mount), 2 - HSU VTF-15H Subwoofers.