The LG LF6300 LED TV has great smart features and a wide viewing angle. However, it has too many downsides to be worth considering. It is only a 60Hz TV, it reflects a lot of light, it has a bit too much motion blur, and its input lag is high, too. Its contrast ratio is low, too.
Unless you really want a good viewing angle or WebOS, there are better TVs out there for the same price as the LG LF6300. In a bright room, it reflects too much light, and in a dark room, the blacks look gray. It is also not a good gaming TV, because of the high input lag and the sub-par motion blur.
This LG has an IPS panel, so it has the contrast ratio is sub-par.
It maintains good color accuracy even when viewed at an angle. Instead of the colors shifting, the picture just darkens.
Update 01/06/2017: We have changed the methodology of testing. Since this is an old TV which we don't have anymore, we extrapolated the results from 2016 TVs.
This is a 60Hz TV with motion interpolation, so the effect won't be as strong. It does support 24p playback though, which is great for movies over Blu-rays. It can't do the reverse 3:2 pulldown though.
The lowest input lag we could get out of the LG LF6300 was 50.1 ms, under PC. Game mode had 69.7 ms.
To display Chroma 4:4:4, you need to change the icon of the input to PC.
LG's WebOS is really great. The interface feels fresher than the competition and there is a good selection of apps.