Originally Posted by guitarguy316
Thanks, absolutely will gather some thoughts. I PRAY little to no banding AND no color tint, or not visible...PRAYING!!!
But yes, I'm really excited to see if gen2 matches Sony on cable upscaling (i'll watch basketball tonight) and play with BFI...Robert at VE said turning on 25% BFI is a "game-changer"
If you are watching sports, the best mode should be to use Smooth Motion to interpolate up to 120 fps and then engage 50% [email protected]
This should give you 3.5ms MPRT (persistance) without visible 60Hz flicker.
Engaging 25% BFI @ 60Hz (BFI Low) will reduce MPRT from 16.7ms to ~12ms with no visible loss of brightness (autocompensation of +25%) but will introduce some 60Hz flicker.
Going all the way to 75% BFI @ 60Hz (BFI Medium) will get you all the way down to 3.5ms MPRT but with a 50% loss of brightness and the most 60Hz flicker.
You can increase OLED Light to compensate for the brightness loss:
0% Brighness loss with BFI Low @ 60Hz (25% BFI for 12ms MPRT)
25% Brightness loss with BFI Medium @ 60Hz (50% BFI for ~7ms MPRT)
50% Brightness loss with BFI High @ 60Hz (75% BFI for 3.5ms MPRT)
25% Brightness loss with BDI @ 120Hz (w/ SmoothMotion ON) (50% BFI for 3.5ms MPRT)
Very interested to understand which BFI modes you think deliver the best viewing of your basketball games!