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Depends on whether the display is flickerfree
Depends on whether the TV is sample-and-hold (flickerfree LCD) or impulse-driven (plasma, scanning backlight).
For sample-and-hold, you won't see much of a difference. You can use a camera at almost any framerate on an LCD. Static images won't show perceptible differences. Motion on the display itself will show strange stutters (framerate interference between framerate of camera and framerate of the display being videoed). That's why television studios often use LCD panels as background screens, they're pretty co-operative to being filmed, as long as the backlights are not flickering.
For impulse-driven, you will see udulations caused by the flicker of the display, much like CRT's. Plasma being filmed, especially at the wrong framerate/exposure, will show ugly flickering effects when being filmed. You pretty much need to treat them like CRT's, by filming them synchronized with the camera's shutter speed.
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