Steve's quote was wrong - not all manufacturers ship their TVs in dynamic mode. Although I fully appreciate the time constraints he had here. I'm curious to see which manufacturers are shipping their sets in dynamic mode - hence my comment.Phil Hinton said:Suggests to me that you think the information is wrong.
Again, suggests that you think the information about or contained in the campaign and Steve's interview is wrong. I'm not arguing or attacking you, I am pulling up comments that you are making that are in my opinion trying to suggest the information and Steve is misleading. I welcome feedback which is constructive. I would suggest that your feedback, if it was genuine, could have been better conveyed than what you posted, which leads people to see it as a put down. Again, the information in the interview has to be broad and to the point we are trying to make, in two minutes of screen time. I think Steve did that very well and got the message out there.
I see nothing to apologise about.
As far as I'm concerned, the campaign is a great idea. And I'm more than happy to give feedback from my 30 years in the trade, seeing as many manufacturers sets as I do on a daily basis. But not if its seen to be self serving. Because it really isn't. What I can assure you is that any input or feedback I give this forum is 100% correct and can be backed up.
Hope I've clarified my point of view for you and all who read this.
Good luck with the Picture Perfect campaign.