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post #2491 of 2492 Old 11-08-2016, 04:21 PM
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OK...very strange goings on. I received this via Email Notifications but upon checking....no post....no screenies.

So, wassup wit dat?
I couldn't get a decent screen shot last time, my camera doesn't like the bright screen in the dark room and for some reason blurs every screenshot. My picture is much clearer than that 2nd pic indicates, but it does give you a representation of how bright it is and how the color pops. Keep in mind the screen is 160" and the bulb has 3,600 hours on it!
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post #2492 of 2492 Old 11-08-2016, 08:01 PM - Thread Starter
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Take you shots from as far away as you can, and then use your Zoom to pull in to "almost" fill the image field.

Zooming will attenuate the incoming light enough for you to resolve an accurate picture.

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