Better, but for strobe crosstalk
testing (instead of blur testing), static photography actually can produce better results than hand-pursuited photos. I'd rather have stationary-camera fast-shutter close-ups of the top edge and bottom edge.
What I am seeing seems to look pretty good/impressive.
That's 240Hz strobed, right?
Pretty clear and crosstalk-free for screen center, I'm impressed.
I'll say it does look better than 240Hz BenQ strobing.
Can you take stationary-camera super-sharp-focus closeups of top/center/bottom?
1. Verify your camera is a fast shutter (1/240sec or faster). You can try to brighten your screen or use a camera app that lets you adjust exposure (many camera apps)
2. Pause the pattern (or display a different computer screen)
3. Lock your camera focus (fix focus it by tap-and-hold). Focus works better with stationary screen.
4. Resume the pattern (un-minimize TestUFO)
5. Now take macro photo
6. Photo should look ultra-sharp when zoomed.
Unless you have a camera rail or need to test non-strobed motion blur, strobe crosstalk photography tests works well with stationary cameras too, since you're simply determining if one strobe flash shows two refresh cycles (e.g. panel not finished refreshing when it strobes).