Originally Posted by Yukon Trooper /forum/post/18319705
Thanks for the review, Chad. Any measurements for luminance on the G25?
Originally Posted by Chad B /forum/post/18320306
Yeah, it's in the text of my G25 review. It was .0083 fL.
Now, both the S2 and G25 black luminance did change a bit if I left the meter taking continuous readings for several minutes. The readings were about 10-20% higher a few minutes later. The readings I published were the average for the first 30 sec to 1 minute of measuring.
Originally Posted by bigmike55 /forum/post/18310826
I just purchased a Panasonic 42S2 from Best Buy. My wife and I are happy with the TV; however, we both notice a brightness flicker. It appears to get brighter and then dimmer every 10-30 seconds (I haven't timed it). I have tried several inputs - Blu-Ray, DirecTV HD DVR, and our old DirecTV SD DVR. All have done this.
Has anyone else noticed this? Is it a common problem?
I will most likely return it; however, I want to know if I should get another of the same set or try a different set.
Originally Posted by swiftmac /forum/post/18321838
Just picked up the p50s2 Sunday night and so far the TV is great. Turned the settings down pretty low, everything is below 50 to take it safe. I put in Eastbound and Down and notice a lot of static when watching it through my ps3. Anyone else have problem with static in the picture? Is this something that calibration in the future can change?.
Originally Posted by Yukon Trooper /forum/post/18323470
Ah, I see. I peeked at your review index thinking you might have it there, but it doesn't seem to be listed yet. It's unfortunate to see the luminance hasn't improved since last generation. Hopefully, at least, Panasonic managed to adjust their voltage regulation so that the luminance doesn't rise considerably. Only time will tell, I guess. Have you had any experience with either of the new V panels?
Originally Posted by swiftmac /forum/post/18328035
So I watched another movie, That's it That's all , a snowboard film. Ran it from my external hard drive and through the ps3 and the TV still looked bad. Grainy enough to notice and bother you. Could it be a setting on my PS3 that is messing things up?