I've read a lot about how the HP screens tend to have a material that:
- Causes less ripples/waves
- Hides any ripples/waves well
Many of you have now presumably owned a HP Da-Lite screen for years. So what is the overall consensus?
Reason I ask is b/c a fixed frame screen is ~3x the price of a Model C pulldown screen.
I'd like to know if it's worth it.
I should say that I owned a manual pulldown Optoma Panoview GrayWolf 92"
1.8 gain gray screen for 6 years, and the ripples/waves have always bothered me on pans/dolly shots.
But I believe that material is different from the HP material (it has a sandy texture & the glass beads appear exposed, hence it is non-washable). Sounds more like the EluneVision 1.8 gray material from 'mike infinity's posts...
I'm thinking of biting the bullet on a Da-Lite High Contrast High Power screen, which I assume is very same material-wise to the HP screens.
Many thanks in advance for any help!