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post #81 of 96
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Originally Posted by Foolsmasher View Post

So long as Hollywood doesn't start making 60fps movies to watch on this bad boy, I'll be happy.
I've been reading some of the reviews on the Hobbit which is shot by 48 fps cameras and everything I've been seeing is negative.....it's even compared to a cheap live action TV movie. Soap opera effect FTL.....give me my epic 24 fps film look any day.
And oh yeah haters.......Plasma > LED any day for my money, until they fix the glaring errors with the paper thin LED panels.
I've heard that too, but we'll get used to it. We've been stuck at 24 FPS for so long, it's hard coded into our brain eek.gif
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I agree with those saying Plasma>LED/LCD. Just for the record. I love vibrant color in my displays and that's the main reason. Also why I use an IPS LCD for my computer display.
    
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post #83 of 96
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Originally Posted by Foolsmasher View Post

So long as Hollywood doesn't start making 60fps movies to watch on this bad boy, I'll be happy.
I've been reading some of the reviews on the Hobbit which is shot by 48 fps cameras and everything I've been seeing is negative.....it's even compared to a cheap live action TV movie. Soap opera effect FTL.....give me my epic 24 fps film look any day.
And oh yeah haters.......Plasma > LED any day for my money, until they fix the glaring errors with the paper thin LED panels.

It has also been stated that the scenes which are being screened have not actually been completed in post-production. I trust Peter Jackson to deliver a the goods.
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post #84 of 96
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My 50'' Panasonic Plasma uses 23-26$ per year.
I think that's pretty damn good.
Richer colors, deeper blacks, far less banding, no screen bleeding, faster response time, smoother, and 0 input lag.


This. I own a 50" Samsung Plasma. I love it! thumb.gif
    
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post #85 of 96
What's with the hate for plasmas? Best panel we have ever owned has been this 55 in Toshiba 720p. Walks over every 1080P LCD LED on the market I've seen.
post #86 of 96
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That won't be possible at 145" unless the back lighting is directly behind the panel. And why should we stop at 4K? Don't you want tech to advance? And 4K at 145" would look horrible. 8K at 145" would look similar to a 36" 1080p TV

4k would not look horrible at 145" lol. I have 120" screen and a 1080p projector and it looks good. Could it look better, yes but horrible, no.




As far as plasma vs lcd, id take a plasma any day of the week. Kuro FTW
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post #87 of 96
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My guess is that it is very difficult to get an 8K panel down to consumer size. These huge TVs are probably designed to by used by those businesses that like to show off by having massive TVs in their building or used in a small indoor sports arena where LED (not LCD with LED backlighting I mean this http://www.pssl.com/images/ProdImage02/500/PROFILE-PANEL-RGB.jpg) panels have a PPI that is far too low to be viewed at the distance required.

Remember that VR system that was being talked about a few weeks back? They put 2 million pixels on a 1 inch display.


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8k already? Did we just skip 4k for the most part and go straight to 8k?

I wish. Then I wouldn't have to triple monitor 4Kx2K screens.
post #88 of 96
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Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post

That won't be possible at 145" unless the back lighting is directly behind the panel. And why should we stop at 4K? Don't you want tech to advance? And 4K at 145" would look horrible. 8K at 145" would look similar to a 36" 1080p TV

because movies that are shot with high end digital cameras are in 4k resolution. And even a 145 inch screen does not do 4k resolution justice, there's simply a point where you won't notice the difference
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Hay guise, when I view a black image file in fullscreen on my CRT at night, my monitor looks like it's off. And because my room is dark enough that I can't see the bezel, if I then move my pointer so that said pointer is visible on top of said black image, it looks like it's floating in the middle of the air.

/trollface

(though what I've said is actually true...)
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i just want an OLED monitor but yet i still have not seen them anywhere, but yet i have a camera with an OLED display.
    
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