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    • you might be lucky, but its been reported in reviews and i have witnessed a pretty long  trail on a shop demo SONY OLED why? http://www.blurbusters.com/faq/oled-motion-blur/ slow moving soccer ball had quite a trail going into the net, ...and that was on the shop demo   BFI has something to do with it i believe http://www.avsforum.com/forum/40-oled-technology-flat-panels-general/2208097-oled-motion.html some have it, some dont
    • i didnt answer because im not having any problems with motion at all i did have with a 7 series F7100 only whenever Fox sports played slow motion replays i would get motion judder, but i believe that could have been tweaked if had bothered to change some settings (i had it on Auto, but i believe the different "Film" mode settings had something to do with frame-rates) with this 9 series nothing to report, slow motion replays are judder free, motion is crystal smooth and heres another one for you, i rewatched a movie the other day that had noticeable haloing whilst the character moved in front of a brick wall and some fencing...rewatched it the other day on a 9 series, and nothing...no halo, no motion sickness you get what you pay for
    • Where are you getting that from? I don't have that problem with mine.
    • I remember in the early days of LCD motion blur was an issue.  I watch sports all week , hence me keeping my Kuro plasma for so long.   My current Sony 75 inch LCD is unbelievably good with motion. Watching the footy and tennis live on hd is wonderful.  Cant wait to watch the US open over the next two weeks.   Unfortunately, there are a lot of cheap crap lcd's around, so like anything do your own research and read/listen to real owners to make your own informed decisionon what tv to buy. Motion blur with OLED is a real issue with what I have seen and read.