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Old 07-03-2013, 06:20 AM
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If as John says the Cinevista is astigmatism corrected, and the MKII isn't (and you can't get the corrector element any more - pm Mark/CAVX for info), then you should have a sharper image with the Cinevista, so an upgrade smile.gif

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Thanks, Gary. Yes, the CineVista is astigmatism corrected for its recommended throw range (approximately 6 - 18 feet, with optimal sharpness between 8 - 14 feet).

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Took out my new CineVista last night and fired up the 8350 for a rough test (aka balancing the lens on foam blocks and projecting on the unfinished screenwall). The picture looks huge - there's definitely a fun immersion factor with scope. smile.gif

No vignetting with the full zoom I need. At a 2.5x height throw ratio, the pincushion is pretty atrocious - no surprise there - although with video content and proper masking I can see how even this level of distortion effectively disappears in a real-world viewing context. There is noticeable CA fringing at the far edges (no electronic correction on the 8350), although the middle half is laudably sharp. Fine for movies and FPS games, not so much for web browsing and test patterns.

I'm glad I decided to go with a curved screen, which will hopefully go some way towards correcting the worst of the pincushion.

I don't think the CV will satisfy demanding users, but for what it is - an entry level product for folks like me just getting started with this level of imaging and either unable or unwilling to zoom, I think it's a very nice option to have.

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Hmmm. I think i will be using the MKII at first.

Maybe CAVX will chime in....
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Thanks, Gary. Yes, the CineVista is astigmatism corrected for its recommended throw range (approximately 6 - 18 feet, with optimal sharpness between 8 - 14 feet).

What about the FVX200?
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All Panamorph lenses are astigmatism corrected.

Throw distance specs for all Panamorph lenses are here:

http://www.panamorph.com/8-support/lens-comparison

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Took out my new CineVista last night and fired up the 8350 for a rough test (aka balancing the lens on foam blocks and projecting on the unfinished screenwall). The picture looks huge - there's definitely a fun immersion factor with scope. smile.gif

No vignetting with the full zoom I need. At a 2.5x height throw ratio, the pincushion is pretty atrocious - no surprise there - although with video content and proper masking I can see how even this level of distortion effectively disappears in a real-world viewing context. There is noticeable CA fringing at the far edges (no electronic correction on the 8350), although the middle half is laudably sharp. Fine for movies and FPS games, not so much for web browsing and test patterns.

I'm glad I decided to go with a curved screen, which will hopefully go some way towards correcting the worst of the pincushion.

I don't think the CV will satisfy demanding users, but for what it is - an entry level product for folks like me just getting started with this level of imaging and either unable or unwilling to zoom, I think it's a very nice option to have.

Any chance you could post an image or two illustrating the pincushion in your environment (and perhaps one showing real-world image)? I have similar setup parameters in my environment and am considering the Cinevista.

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Similar in terms of throw ratio? I ask because the amount of pin cushion is strictly related to throw ratio, and is pretty consistent from lens to lens (in other words, the CineVista has no more or less pincushion than any other anamorphic lens at the same throw ratio). Shorter throw ratio = more pincushion, longer throw ratio = less pincushion. Ideally you would be at at least 3x the screen height or further back.

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Any chance you could post an image or two illustrating the pincushion in your environment (and perhaps one showing real-world image)? I have similar setup parameters in my environment and am considering the Cinevista.

Sorry, I guess I should have taken a couple of quick snaps when I had it set up - but I was too busy watching stuff! Everything is boxed up as I am deep into construction. Probably won't have it all out again for at least a month.

I will say this though - John is spot on. I played around and anything under 3.0 on a flat surface I don't think most people would be happy with. I am not a very critical viewer - I'm in it for fun not technical perfection - and am very glad that I decided to spring for a curved screen.

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Similar in terms of throw ratio? I ask because the amount of pin cushion is strictly related to throw ratio, and is pretty consistent from lens to lens (in other words, the CineVista has no more or less pincushion than any other anamorphic lens at the same throw ratio). Shorter throw ratio = more pincushion, longer throw ratio = less pincushion. Ideally you would be at at least 3x the screen height or further back.

Good luck!

John, yes a similar throw ratio, 103" from a 41" height screen. Several years ago I had a large theater setup in Colorado using the UH480 and loved it. Since then I've moved and downsized - and am currently "room size challenged".

Another aspect that must be considered is that the lens of my current projector - the Benq W1070 - is recessed 1 1/8" from the front of the unit. What problems might this introduce if any?

What I was hoping to gather from snowkarver was a real-world image at his 2.5 TR to evaluate the effect of pincushion - and whether I might find it objectionable. From the sound of it, a projector's setup grid pattern might really look bad at 2.5 TR, but actual movie content might be passable for now.

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John, yes a similar throw ratio, 103" from a 41" height screen. Several years ago I had a large theater setup in Colorado using the UH480 and loved it. Since then I've moved and downsized - and am currently "room size challenged".

Another aspect that must be considered is that the lens of my current projector - the Benq W1070 - is recessed 1 1/8" from the front of the unit. What problems might this introduce if any?

What I was hoping to gather from snowkarver was a real-world image at his 2.5 TR to evaluate the effect of pincushion - and whether I might find it objectionable. From the sound of it, a projector's setup grid pattern might really look bad at 2.5 TR, but actual movie content might be passable for now.

The CineVista has a large enough aperture that the recessed lens should not make a difference, but your short throw complicates things a bit. You might call Dave or Russell at Panamorph and give them the specifics. The possible issue would be vignetting, where the sides of the image could be cut off. Not likely, but worth a call to tech support.

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There is noticeable CA fringing at the far edges (no electronic correction on the 8350), although the middle half is laudably sharp. Fine for movies and FPS games, not so much for web browsing and test patterns.

FYI : You can correct Chromatic aberattion from a PC on your desktop as well as movies and games (using either DirectX 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / or OpenGL). How do I know this? Because I've done it. It's rather trivial to realign the colours at the edges, the hard part was making it work for games. I have currently no incentive to share my work for free, as I don't even own an A-lens currently to test it out with, and there's a bunch more tuning to be done before it's ready for prime time. Each lens is different and you really need to be able to tune the curves to achieve what ECC does on higher end projectors. My BenQ w1070 projector only cost me 850$, I just can't justify spending double that to squeeze out a slightly bigger / brighter image. (as much as I love widescreen)
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If as John says the Cinevista is astigmatism corrected, and the MKII isn't (and you can't get the corrector element any more - pm Mark/CAVX for info), then you should have a sharper image with the Cinevista, so an upgrade smile.gif

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There was never a corrector for the MK2, only the "CAVX Corrector" for MK3 (MK3+C). MK3 was also corrected for CA.

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I wanted to reach out and get some clarity before locking down my final projector location and seating distance. I've attempted to use some of the online placement calculators but they often have me asking more questions.
I'm very new in the field of projection systems, and lenses especially.

My setup consists of the following:
119" Screen Innovations Black Diamond 0.8 Gain 2.35 aspect ratio screen
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CineVista lens with mounting bracket for Epson 6030UB.

I have the flexibility of mounting my projector anywhere between 12' to 18' in my current room.

The calculator on projection central suggests that I mount the projector 16.8', which puts me on the edge of recommended for low ambient light. It claims an fL of 13.
If I adjust the throw range/zoom I can get an fL of 18 at a distance of 13' 2"

What are the pros and cons here...? Please help me understand FL vs. throw/range zoom and how it relates to the Cinevista placement requirements.
I'm very confused - just looking for the most ideal placement option while still maintaining great image brightness and reducing the pin cushion effect caused by the lens.

Much appreciated.
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Just ignore the brightness from the online calculator, they're bogus, or maybe more accurately there's really no way to tell if they're remotely close.

Also keep in mind that the calculators don't account for a lens, when you pick 2.35:1 there, it's assuming you're zooming. What you want to do is set the calculator to the height of your screen, and look at things like throw from there.

As far as the lens goes, you generally want to keep your throw as far as possible to minimize the distortions introduced.

Regarding brightness, it's fL = (Lumens/Screen Area)*Gain.

The 6030 should be good for about 600-700Lumens calibrated, you've got a 0.8 gain screen, 35.5 sqft, so... 700/35.5*0.8 ~= 16ftL

Of course that's at mid throw (brightness) so it would be less if you end up at long throw:
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Just ignore the brightness from the online calculator, they're bogus, or maybe more accurately there's really no way to tell if they're remotely close.

Also keep in mind that the calculators don't account for a lens, when you pick 2.35:1 there, it's assuming you're zooming. What you want to do is set the calculator to the height of your screen, and look at things like throw from there.

As far as the lens goes, you generally want to keep your throw as far as possible to minimize the distortions introduced.

Regarding brightness, it's fL = (Lumens/Screen Area)*Gain.

The 6030 should be good for about 600-700Lumens calibrated, you've got a 0.8 gain screen, 35.5 sqft, so... 700/35.5*0.8 ~= 16ftL

Of course that's at mid throw (brightness) so it would be less if you end up at long throw:
http://www.projectorreviews.com/epso...-1/#brightness

Thanks! Great guidance.

Ideally I'd like to keep the projector behind or directly above the last row of seating to keep it out of line of sight. that puts me at approximately 18ft.

Anything else I should consider?
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Just ignore the brightness from the online calculator, they're bogus, or maybe more accurately there's really no way to tell if they're remotely close.

Also keep in mind that the calculators don't account for a lens, when you pick 2.35:1 there, it's assuming you're zooming. What you want to do is set the calculator to the height of your screen, and look at things like throw from there.

As far as the lens goes, you generally want to keep your throw as far as possible to minimize the distortions introduced.

Regarding brightness, it's fL = (Lumens/Screen Area)*Gain.

The 6030 should be good for about 600-700Lumens calibrated, you've got a 0.8 gain screen, 35.5 sqft, so... 700/35.5*0.8 ~= 16ftL

Of course that's at mid throw (brightness) so it would be less if you end up at long throw:
http://www.projectorreviews.com/epso...-1/#brightness

Thanks! Great guidance.

Ideally I'd like to keep the projector behind or directly above the last row of seating to keep it out of line of sight. that puts me at approximately 18ft.

Anything else I should consider?
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Is there a anamorphic lens available in the under $1K?

Is either Home Theater Brothers or Anamorphic Research still in business. Got a contact?
How about any other lens manufacturer in the same price ranges?
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You missed the $995 deal on the Phoenix, but you can still get it for $1195 ($1295 with the mount):
http://www.panamorph.com/phoenix/

And it will be in another league than any of the brands you mentioned.
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Hi guys

Need help making a decision and thought you guys could help me. I am currently running a lumagen processor (2144) and a seymourav 130 wide screen (1.1 gain) acoustically transparent 2.35 . Jvc 4910 projector.

I watch 99 percent 2.35 movies but those that are 16/9 I stretch with nls. I am almost completely zoomed out with approx 14-15 feet from lens to screen (Guestimating here).

If I went with an anamorphic lens would I see a significant increase in brightness (Lumen) or not really? I gotta admit I am more of an audio guy then video but still like a nice picture. Is the lens a game changer or one of those purchases that get you 2-3 percent closer to a better system?

I am open to all ideas and suggestions. Thanks for any help

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You missed the $995 deal on the Phoenix, but you can still get it for $1195 ($1295 with the mount):
http://www.panamorph.com/phoenix/

And it will be in another league than any of the brands you mentioned.
The websites been updated and MSRP now says $2695! But there is a limited 50% off sale until Jan 29th. And now the UH480 is being discontinued. I suppose if you missed the intro of $995 you'd better grab one now at $1495 before the EOM. Arghhh......I hate sales and love them at the same time.

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The websites been updated and MSRP now says $2695! But there is a limited 50% off sale until Jan 29th. And now the UH480 is being discontinued. I suppose if you missed the intro of $995 you'd better grab one now at $1495 before the EOM. Arghhh......I hate sales and love them at the same time.
How would the new Phoenix lens compare to the the FVX200J for a JVC projector?

I had a UH480 and manual slide, but really did not like moving the lens in/out..and all of the hassles of the large mounting plate, etc. I changed to the FVX200J which I really like and is super easy to mount. Like being able to leave it in place. Would the Phoenix be a big upgrade?

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The websites been updated and MSRP now says $2695! But there is a limited 50% off sale until Jan 29th. And now the UH480 is being discontinued. I suppose if you missed the intro of $995 you'd better grab one now at $1495 before the EOM. Arghhh......I hate sales and love them at the same time.
How would the new Phoenix lens compare to the the FVX200J for a JVC projector?

I had a UH480 and manual slide, but really did not like moving the lens in/out..and all of the hassles of the large mounting plate, etc. I changed to the FVX200J which I really like and is super easy to mount. Like being able to leave it in place. Would the Phoenix be a big upgrade?

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How would the new Phoenix lens compare to the the FVX200J for a JVC projector?

I had a UH480 and manual slide, but really did not like moving the lens in/out..and all of the hassles of the large mounting plate, etc. I changed to the FVX200J which I really like and is super easy to mount. Like being able to leave it in place. Would the Phoenix be a big upgrade?
First, you could have just left the UH480 in place.

As for FVX vs Phoenix, they're totally different applications, FVX is a Vertical Compression, the Phoenix is a Horzontal expansion (like the UH480). You'd probably need to move/re-mount your projector.
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I need help with finding an anamorphic lens for an EPSON PowerLite Pro Cinema 6020UB.

I replaced my IN76 with the 6020UB. The anamorphic lens I used with my IN76 is a many year old Home Theater Brothers lens and only cost a few hundred bucks.

Are there any lens available that are at least as good or maybe better in quality and how are they priced?

Suggestions?

I also would like to know what is ECC and does the 6020UB have ECC.

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