Especially anything with gaming that's in first or 3rd person perspective which requires you to constantly move the in-game camera around...i'm extremely sensitive to motion blur, lets just say.... i'm allergic. it completely botches the experience, and destroys those realistic natural and fluid movements you'd get with CRT especially and plasma. there's simply put no comparison. I honestly dont know how people can even tolerate it
...it generally makes me sick, but some QLED's are better than others.
i'm coming from an S60 60" Panasonic 2013 plasma, it has very good black levels, solid color but fails in overall brightness during bright scenes etc and is painfully dim especially when ABL rears it's ugly head and there's too much input lag(34ms....i'm looking sub 16ms) when gaming I'd be be pretty happy if i could achieve plasma-level motion on a good QLED...Yet it seems like the only way to achieve plasma level motion clarity is to MAX black frame insertion mode on a QLED 'if' that particular set has good BFI....problem is, is that it dims 75% of the screen and increases the input lag when gaming quite a bit.
Motion interpolation/Blur reduction mode on the other hand may be horrible for movies and TV as it causes the soap opera effect but i'm assuming with gaming this shouldn't be an issue since gamers like myself are always clamoring for 60fps + frame rates. 120fps being fully capable with the upcoming PS5 and XBOX series X. Question is, Can Motion interpolation on something like a Samsung QLED dramatically reduce motion blur and make motion more realistic, crisp and smooth like plasma when gaming?
I dont know, i just want a great QLED that can somehow give me plasma-like motion using motion interpolation while barely raising input lag when gaming. I was dead set on getting the Hisense H9F but it's motion interpolation raises input lag over 100ms....where as last years Samsung Q70R for exmaple only raises it to 21ms using Motion interpolation, but the Hisense is just an overall much better TV.
I'm currently holding out until RTNGS reviews this years Hisense H9G and Vizio M8. looking into getting a 55"
The LG C9 OLED was in the cards but i cannot for the life of me stand the blue/green tinted colors and overall 'cool' temperature of the screen along with Auto brightness limiting