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post #1 of 3 Old 05-06-2012, 07:13 AM - Thread Starter
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Just curious. I saw Avengers today and saw an unusual (for me) defect throughout the film. A black object shown in an otherwise bright scene would glow purple or blue. (If you are familiar with the film a centered shot of Nick Fury on the bridge of their carrier made it most obvious) Reminded me of the 'purple blacks' or blue blob I saw on my first two SXRD displays before moving on. Always at the center of the screen.

Any ideas what might cause this?

No idea what brand of projector it was (I forgot to look).

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Just curious. I saw Avengers today and saw an unusual (for me) defect throughout the film. A black object shown in an otherwise bright scene would glow purple or blue. (If you are familiar with the film a centered shot of Nick Fury on the bridge of their carrier made it most obvious) Reminded me of the 'purple blacks' or blue blob I saw on my first two SXRD displays before moving on. Always at the center of the screen.

Any ideas what might cause this?

No idea what brand of projector it was (I forgot to look).

Must have been a Christie projector . They accumulate dust on their DMD and over time you see blurs on screen...

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What theatre ? if AMC or Regal it is likely Sony. Cinemark is Barco, Carmike is Christie.
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