I can't speak for the JZ range, but motion judder on my GZ is no better or worse than my previous GT30 plasma. I can easily go days or weeks without any issues but every now and again there will be a challenging scene in a movie which will cause a problem. For example - a slow panning shot with darker, vertical objects (like trees or lamposts) on a light/white background. For those scenes, often only turning IFC up to max will eliminate the judder but then the extreme SOE introduced is undesirable. I compromise by leaving IFC on min and put up with the occasional bit of judder, which is rare enough for it not to be a deal-breaker for me, personally.Anyone experience motion judder on the JZ models?
Someone over on the JZ2000 owners thread is experiencing it having come from a plasma. I hope t be buying a JZ model soon and am also be coming from a plasma, and I'm a bit worried if motion judder is obvious in comparison.
Another thing that is supposed to help is BFI - I was under the impression that the flicker which makes BFI unusable on the GZ is supposed to have been improved with more recent models ?
Some people definitely seem to be more sensitive to OLED motion than others, plus the type of content and source (plus settings) may be a factor too. The best option is to demo in a store if you can and go prepared with any clips that cause problems - there may even be test clips on YouTube ? If you want an example of a particular scene that can cause motion issues, try the scene 1 hour and 2 minutes into the film '1917' and keep an eye on the dark trees when the camera pans against an almost-white background. There are others though - this was just a handy option because it was free on Prime at one time but isn't any more, unfortunately.