most of the reader of my posts know i not like anamorphic lenses or other
filter or lenses in front of a high end projector.
i try in the past a lot of high end anamorphic lens and the best i try was the big isco3 with 1.33.
as i now use the sony vw 1000 at my big screen to show all what is not 3d i
need all the light the sony can output.
even the over 2000 center lumen i measure its hard for me as i can only have
around good 7 ftl at my screen.
so i try (as the native resolution from the first 4k home cinema pr
. is 4096x2160) a dlp anamorphic lens from isco with
i was very surprised already with the sony as this lens have better picture quality in the corners compare to the best 1.33 isco i ever try.
also chromatic bugs are less and distortion was also less.
so as the result was good i try yesterday this lens at the big barco b32 4k dlp and it was a even bigger surprise to see that this anamorphic lens works perfect with the
b32 lens together.
even at 4k resolution there was almost not any picture quality decrease visible.
-no chromatic bug
-no sharpness decrease in the corners.
see here some pictures where you only can rate the distortion.
i have no idea why it works so good in this combination but i guess as the
anamorphic lens was a DLP Cinema lens and the lens inside the barco
b 32 as well they are may tuned together.
as I do my 4k 3d pictures myself I can process it in a anamorphic way so I will now put on my second barco b32 this anamorphic lens on to have true native full 4096x2160 pixels in 2.35 format with a good 20% light increase
or if you turn the anamorphic lens 90° a 1.42 format screen with all 8.8 mp and all the light.
this is almost IMAX FORMAT in 4k 3d