Lumagen owners weigh in?
Hey guys -
In a few months will be setting up a dedicated theater room (modest) with a Sony 55 ES or 40 ES.
I am considering a constant image area setup so we can enjoy the benefits of both flat and scope widescreen films.
That means a screen around 2.00:1 or so. Still deciding really. Two screens is not an option, the Sony's only have manual zooming, and I prefer the Sony over the JVC due to gaming. Viewing habits are 80% Bluray, 20 % gaming.
Question is - do the Lumagen products allow you to shrink the image WITHOUT the non linear scaling? In other words take a 1:85 film or 2.35 film and enlarge/reduce without stretching, so it retains pixel perfect proportions? I would mask the bars with something using black velvet material or the like.
I know it may be an odd question, but I was curious in case I found the non linear scaling objectionable.