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My little addition to the screenshot war. All @ 1080p from my PS3, HDfury, and the projector is a BarcoReality 909 (no grayscale has been done yet).













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Awesome!!!!!! Keep em' coming guys!!!!!!

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My little addition to the screenshot war. All @ 1080p from my PS3, HDfury, and the projector is a BarcoReality 909 (no grayscale has been done yet).




I took those same screenshots months ago... from the Blu-Ray intro, right?

G90 at 1080P from PS3 blu-ray:



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It's all about the performance... Got Marquee!

 

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Mike,

For the last time move that damn speaker

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Mike,

For the last time move that damn speaker

It's gone. These are all from previous shots. The projector is now warming up for a new round of shots later. So from now on that speaker will not be in the images. I hooked up a new one that's now on the floor..

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Just learning my friends camera A canon G5 i think i set the whit balance wrong and it has some red push. need to try another time.
Aeon Flux shots














The rest showed to much red will go try again later

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Ahhhhh, the Marquee 8000. I used to have one of those.

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It's gone. These are all from previous shots. The projector is now warming up for a new round of shots later. So from now on that speaker will not be in the images. I hooked up a new one that's now on the floor..



That's a nice screenshot too Mike.

Is Planet Earth 4:3 or did you crop it??

So how is William feeling lately? Is he starting to get stoked?

I'm so happy that you guys are going to be using stand alone sources for BD and HD DVD playback. That picture is going to be SMOKING dude.

Is he staying with the same screen size? I realize maybe I should be asking him these questions, but I figure you'll pass it on.

Just trying to knudge him to pop on in and start the thread a little early.

That's where we can kick it for the next couple months and hope the moderators dont shut down the thread.

My thread I think broke AVS history in regards to the Mods being cool.

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So when you guys are looking at these screenshots are you using the AVS black or White?

I like black the best.

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Cliffy when and where is the next meet? If i could get to it, i'd love the meet the family of AVS. Eventually i want to have a northeast meet here at my place but i want to stack my Marquees and get the MP mods for both but $$$$$ and time is all thats in the way ! And cliff those shots are on a 12 foot screen!

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You can see how the 909 needs the grey scale to be done.

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I took those same screenshots months ago... from the Blu-Ray intro, right?

G90 at 1080P from PS3 blu-ray:




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Pretty darn impressive. Does it really look that good, bright, in real life? Wow. You know color accuracy is lookin great when you can see the different skin tones and they all dont look sunburnt. I still think you modify your pics on the computer
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My little addition to the screenshot war. All @ 1080p from my PS3, HDfury, and the projector is a BarcoReality 909 (no grayscale has been done yet).




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I took those same screenshots months ago... from the Blu-Ray intro, right?

G90 at 1080P from PS3 blu-ray:




You can see how the 909 needs the grey scale to be done.

Too many variables with different projectors, different cameras, different photographers, etc. I think gamma might factor in too. Look in the shadow detail on the back of Drew Barrymore's chair. And compare the shadow detail of the girl in the blue bikini sunbathing in the top-left corner.

It's not just exposure settings... look at the glare on Tobey Maguire's forehead... the shiny spots start to clip on the 909 screenshot... still skintone on the G90.
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WOW .I was looking at the sand and the whites of tobys eyes . they look a little bluish . But the shadow detail on the chair is amazing.

what blu-ray intro are these on?

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That's a nice screenshot too Mike

It's also one of my favorites. I rate it as a test pattern. It's good to show the linearity of the upper range (all ranges of whites before bloom). It also shows how well the Moome card handles the upper range. Check out the text("Planet Earth") and note how perfect white it is, and that there's no blooming at all in the text.

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Is Planet Earth 4:3 or did you crop it??

No, it's 16:9, with the camera being close to the screen.


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So how is William feeling lately? Is he starting to get stoked?

He's good so far. We're far enough ahead of things for any real concerns before the meet date. We plan to all all things in place near the end of the month. Right now we're curing tubes and finishing the setup.


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I'm so happy that you guys are going to be using stand alone sources for BD and HD DVD playback. That picture is going to be SMOKING dude

That's the only thing that makes sense now-a-days, especially if you want the quickest and simplest way to get the best HD. I'm really not into HTPC's anymore. And why bother when you can get 1080P in the raw - right from a box that also takes in the DVD..


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Is he staying with the same screen size? I realize maybe I should be asking him these questions, but I figure you'll pass it on.

Yes, same screen. But we're hoping to darking the area around the screen and forward of the room as well.


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Just trying to knudge him to pop on in and start the thread a little early

I'm sure he will. And I'm also thinking it's time to put this as a thread. Maybe you and I can twist his arm when he sees this.


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That's where we can kick it for the next couple months and hope the moderators dont shut down the thread.
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Naw, I think we're safe. This is all done in a good spirit, and that they don't mind. Plus this is the kind of stuff that brings great joy and excitement to the hobby. And if not for all, I know I'm not the only one out there that simply loves this stuff.

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Modified a pic gary, hope you dont mind.




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Pretty darn impressive. Does it really look that good, bright, in real life? Wow. You know color accuracy is lookin great when you can see the different skin tones and they all dont look sunburnt. I still think you modify your pics on the computer

Yes, but, the light output isn't quite as strong as the stack. I had to move my camera closer to the screen to capture the image.

Idealy, you would want a high gain screen for the RS1 if you were going 10ft wide like my SMX.

I've heard excellent things from Art about Darin's image in his theater with the RS1 on a Da-Lite High Power.

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It's also one of my favorites. I rate it as a test pattern. It's good to show the linearity of the upper range (all ranges of whites before bloom). It also shows how well the Moome card handles the upper range. Check out the text("Planet Earth") and note how perfect white it is, and that there's no blooming at all in the text.



No, it's 16:9, with the camera being close to the screen.




He's good so far. We're far enough ahead of things for any real concerns before the meet date. We plan to all all things in place near the end of the month. Right now we're curing tubes and finishing the setup.




That's the only thing that makes sense now-a-days, especially if you want the quickest and simplest way to get the best HD. I'm really not into HTPC's anymore. And why bother when you can get 1080P in the raw - right from a box that also takes in the DVD..




Yes, same screen. But we're hoping to darking the area around the screen and forward of the room as well.




I'm sure he will. And I'm also thinking it's time to put this as a thread. Maybe you and I can twist his arm when he sees this.




Naw, I think we're safe. This is all done in a good spirit, and that they don't mind. Plus this is the kind of stuff that brings great joy and excitement to the hobby. And if not for all, I know I'm not the only one out there that simply loves this stuff.


I couldn't have said it better myself.

+1!!!!!

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Ok, took some shots of Kingdom of Heaven. Hope they turned out good.

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Kingdom of Heaven, Blue Ray.
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Not too shabby for a soft movie..........

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Nice cliff! I forgot i have that disc! Now i have something to compare to.


man your shadow details rock!!!!!!!

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It's the new el-cheapo 1080p DLP (Optoma HD80).


El-cheapo dlp plus calibration by ken whitcomb=g90 killer
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Zues is trolling!

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A Knights Tale















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El-cheapo dlp plus calibration by ken whitcomb=g90 killer

Ken hasn't gotten to this projector yet or it would look much better. But even Ken can only do so much based on what he has to work with and since I'm a guest at the CRT forum please don't drag me into the mine is better than yours.
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