Is it normal to have exceptionally poor picture quality from Sky Q (LG C1 77)?


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Been quite a few threads over the last year or so, Sky are very hit and miss with their camera quality regarding footy and sports. Think they did say some matches they use better cameras while others not so well. Then there's sky, who themselves reduce the quality due to technical reasons or problems.

Basically its hit and miss and the bigger the TV the worse it can look, there is only so much upscaling ability and filtering a TV can do especially if the source is bad to begin with.

There is an difference between LED and OLED during sports broadcast also, some do prefer the more natural smoothness of LED sports broadcast, imo it does blur and make it look bit more natural, OLED if its new it can look very smeared and unclear at first but OLEDs do need a good 50hrs+ if not 250hrs before it mellows out and clears up better. My OLED on day 1, looked terrible in sports, but after 2-3 weeks it went much clearer and better, but the smaller the OLED the better (had 48")

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