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For film source, i.e. 24p material, a 1080i interface which is sending 60 FIELDS per second actually has to replicate some of the original fields/frames in a 3:2 cadence so none of the original content is being lost. It's actually sending MORE information.

Some people are sensitive to the 3:2 judder, especially on panning shots. Personally, I don't notice it because it's no worse than the 24 fps judder that exists in film.

Assuming the display doesn't botch the de-interlacing, which was a problem for some earlier displays, then they will be just fine.
 
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