[Pursuit Photo] LG 34WN650

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[Pursuit Photo] LG 34WN650

Post by Discorz » 13 May 2022, 01:56

If anyone was curious about LG 34WN650 motion performance in ufo test, here it is.

LG 34WN650 TestUFO Motion, Ghosting Test.jpg
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I can't get better tracking accuracy than this, but its' good enough.

There is also Overdrive Gain in service menu which allows adjustments in increments of 1, from 0-200+, but the setting don't stick.
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Re: [Pursuit Photo] LG 34WN650

Post by Chief Blur Buster » Yesterday, 19:42

Very impressive DIY pursuit for a low Hz!

Unstrobed Low Hz is extremely hard to pursuit, because of long camera exposure times (1/15sec needed to fully expose a 4-tickmark sync track). I sometimes even use 2-refresh-cycle or 3-refresh-cycle camera exposure to make pursuits of 60Hz easier, or for 1920 pixels/sec.
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