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i recently had the pleasure of seeing the panasonic AE100. it's nice. but i felt the picture

lacked that 3d feeling, it seemed flat with no depth.


what goes into giving an image depth and dimension? is it the contrast ratio? pixel count?
 

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Contrast ratio, and black level for sure. A key part of contrast ratio is having enough light on the screen. A good figure to shoot for is 15 ft-lamberts. If the available lumens are spread to "thin" then the contrast goes down and the image flattens.
 

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yep, contrast ratio is the main ingredient. the higher the contrast ratio, the more 3d the image will look. The Sanyo Z1 is much more 3D looking than the ae100. The resolution also helps so higher res should mean it has more depth too. But really, contrast is the key.


i'm sure many people on this particular forum will say screendoor is the main thing though.;) But seriously, it does play a role in the depth since less screendoor usually means higher resolution.
 
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