CJ was right - reading/searching threads vs scanning does help. I found this in the Panny AE3000 thread:
I've also just used the aspect ratio button to switch to (S 16:9) and that way I don't have to keep switching my lens memory. Unless you position the projector just right, even if you switch lens memory settings to zoom in and out, you still have to manually adjust the lens as it won't perfectly fit on the screen in between switching. Selecting the Aspect Ratio button on the remote to switch between regular 16:9 (which should be your setting zoomed in to take up the full 2.35:1 screen) and S 16:9, then you won't have to have two different lens memories or require switching.
Since its only a couple of weeks, I'll wait until CEDIA announcements to decide on a new pj. The recent price move on the AE3000 has me in no hurry. In the meantime, I have a 5 year old Cineza HS51 that needs a new bulb that I may shelf mount temporarily. I need to decide if I want to buy the new bulb, though.
Audio: Marantz AV7702mkII / Marantz MM8077 / Emotiva UPA-7 for 7.2.4 Atmos/DTS:X - Video: Sony VPL-VW600ES & SI Black Diamond 133" 2.35:1 CIH for 4K UHD - Sources: Oppo BDP-103D, Mede8er 600d with Synology ds716 NAS (28tb), PS4, DirecTV - 7. Paradigm Studio 20 v5 (L, R, FW), Studio CC-590 v5 (C), Sonance VP63 (SS); 2. DIYSG Dayton HO 18" (4); PSA S3000i (3); 4! Infinity Entra One (FH), Sonance VP65R (TR)
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