Sony BD-R

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#22

Yep, the reliabitly looks good. At least I guess the Ritek-own BD-R-media is complete different to this NN3.

Writer: LG BH16NS40
Firmware: 1.03
Media: Sony BD-R 25GB 6x
MID: (SONYNN3)
Burn Speed: 4x
Software: Nero 12 Ess.
Burned 2013
Scanned 2013 and 2017

2013 @6x:

2017 @8x:


#23

Writer: LG BH16NS40
Firmware: 1.03
Media: Sony BD-R 25GB 6x
MID: (SONYNN3)
Burn Speed: 4x
Software: Nero 12 Ess.
Burned 2013
Scanned 2013 and 2017

These scans are a bit strange, dunno why

2013:

2017:


#24

Writer: Pioneer : BDR-209M
Firmware: 1.50
Media: Sony BD-R 25GB 6x
MID: SONY-NN3-002
Burn Speed: 4x
Software: ImgBrn 2.5.8.0
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019 after burning

Looks nice except this …

So what is this red peak?
(Photos lightened to reveal defects.)

Let’s have a closer look


Is this normal deviation and debris pressed into plastic?
Or may be it be fake Sony at all?
Bought 2019 from Amazon.de, seller from Spain.
Price €1.80


#25

Writer: Pioneer : BDR-209M
Firmware: 1.50
Media: Sony BD-R 25GB 6x
MID: SONY-NN3-002
Burn Speed: 2x
Software: ImgBrn 2.5.8.0
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019 after burning

Next sample from same box. Not so well visible but debris in plastic is still there.
Photo lightened to reveal defects.


Please suggest BD burning quality surface test applications
#26

I´m not sure, but this MID was firstly made in Japan (Panasonic?), later in Taiwan (Ritek?).

I only have a few of these media burned, I don´t had such visible defects.

But had some other media with “clouds” on the burning-surface, sometimes I think the quality control with BD-R-media is not the best