Originally Posted by venus933
Steve Withers/AVForums is speculating BFI is set up the same way as it is on the Panasonic OLEDs as his theory is they're helping out LG.
I live in the States, so obviously don't know much about the Panasonic OLEDs. However, I was curious as to how BFI work with those sets, if LG is indeed going that route.
I currently own a 65-inch LG B6, but was looking to maybe add a C8 after it was revealed at CES that they've included BFI (provided it works more effectively than it does on, say, the Sony A1
I still own a mid-level Samsung F5300 plasma, and the fact that I can still watch 24p @ 96hz with film based content, is still a visual revelation to me. There's so much more detail in the motion resolution compared to my OLED. So, I am hoping the C8 helps replicate that same experience.
Originally Posted by D-Nice
Haven’t gotten that far with it. I just turned it on with the default ISF Expert Dark Room settings and the luminance dropped by 50%.... eyeballing it.
Brightness isn't as big of a concern to me. Nor is flicker. Though, I am curious to know your thoughts on the latter, as it was pretty well apparent on Sony's A1 when activated.
Also, do you have any way of measuring how many lines of motion resolution you get with BFI enabled? Is it only 650, or can it reach 1080? If it reaches 1080, I don't care if it dims the image 50% in luminance.