A german site, Lim’s Cave has begun using the Blur Busters’ invented pursuit camera technique (peer-reviewed!) to capture some very good display motion blur photography of a Samsung C24FG70 / Samsung C27FG70 monitor. The Samsung monitors use a motion blur-reduction strobe backlight during “Response Time” setting of “Faster” and “Fastest”. Photo credit: Lim’s Cave review in German language.
There are now many dozen gaming monitors with Blur Reduction features, including NVIDIA’s Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB), as well as BENQ’s Blur Reduction / Dynamic Acceleration (dyAC), in addition to older LightBoost. See our new Display Motion Blur Reduction FAQ. This new FAQ helps to explain the pros/cons of display Motion Blur Reduction (strobe backlights),… Read more »
At long last – Spring 2017 – we are pleased to launch the brand new 2017 Blur Busters website design. Several new articles have been written, including the new G-SYNC 101 series, and the old monitor list has been updated — with new 2017 Official Gaming Monitor List. We are now going to resume new articles more… Read more »
There is research by Mark Rejhon back in year 2013 about eliminating motion blur during variable refresh rates (aka LightBoost + GSYNC simultaneously). NVIDIA has published a new patent on combining GSYNC and ULMB. An actual demo by NVIDIA occured at CES. Also, the Dell S2716DG has a “bonus bug” that simultaneously enables ULMB and GSYNC. This… Read more »