I say how long did it take you to find the exact precise angle to view the screen at.I have a question. Does it only happen on videos or do you see it on the black home screen too?
FINALLY! Someone with PROOF that their iPod is flawless. What do you have to say to that! (All those people who said it was a perception problem for those who could not see it!)
Compare to this thread - https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/355803/. I assume the pics by OP here are at a top-down/zero-degree viewing angle. They definitely aren't inverted like in the 2nd thread I just mentioned.You can see the negative effect in the second image of the building exploding. At the edge of the explosion is an area of good solid black, but the large area of black in the top right corner surrounding it has gone negative. You can see the effect quite clearly.
You can also see it with the guy in the van. The top of his hair and the van roof interior disappears into negative black.
I guess people see things differentlt, so just my own observations. Feel free to disagree, just as I'm doing.
that looks more like a reflection or glare to me.. like if you look at the top right corner of the explosion, just beyond that its black and I think thats the edge of his hand, beyond that is reflection/glare..could be wrong thoughEdit: I may have been describing the photographer's shadows across the screen itself, not the actual image, so I'm deleting what I wrote.
Edit: I may have been describing the photographer's shadows across the screen itself, not the actual image, so I'm deleting what I just wrote in this post.
I put that down to camera/lighting issues, given that the poster reckoned the picture was OK.The default contrast is way too high. There is no visible detail in the dark face shadows or on the shirts or the tyre on the bus for instance. It's just solid black. (I personaly suspect that's the source of the 'negatives', it's so solid black it turns the glossy glass above it into a mirror, but I'm no expert).
Good point. A very dark movie with lots of detail in the shadows would be the best test. Something like the first Batman movie.: looking at the youtube video it looks like that on there too.. so it's just a poor source.