Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Jepsen, Jan 20, 2005.
I have one question about the Sharp LC32GA4:
When is the option "Quick shoot" supposed to be "ON"
Im going to take a guess here that quick shoot is a name given to the technique where the refresh rate of a panel can be improved by overdriving the panel. This means that more voltage is given for pixel transitions which especially improves grey-grey (mid colour to mid colour) transitions where only a small voltage would normally be used so the transition is not so rapid. The downsize however is that slight flicker can be introduced to the image.
So the answer to your questions is that you would use it if you are experiencing motion blur. However the best option is to experiment as I am sure that you have done. So if you cannot tell the difference, I would suggest keeping it off.
Sharp suggest using quick shoot for fast moving images e.g football , motor racing programs.
If you do not need it they suggest you turn it off.
Anyone notice any difference to any fast moving images when it's "on"?
Yes, I'm pretty sure that is what QuickShoot does. I'm interested to hear that the artifact it can introduce to the image is flicker. I can't say I've noticed that - I always have it "on".
I have the I/P setting set to "interlace" when watching video sources via RGB scart. This definitely does introduce "flicker", but I only notice this very close to the screen on static images. (And compared to a CRT there is no flicker at all!)
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