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post #541 of 649 Old 08-04-2009, 06:17 PM
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It was some what sharper, but there was a softeness to that particular shot, she was just about to move her head and it may have caught some of that motion. Still the individual strands of hair are 3 or less wide, which is about as good as you can get on curved lines.

One more question.... was that a blu-ray disc... and r u happy with the z3000 well i guess that was two questions... thanks again for all your help...
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One more question.... was that a blu-ray disc... and r u happy with the z3000 well i guess that was two questions... thanks again for all your help...

Yes, blu-ray, 1080p.

Yes, I am happy right now.
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ok, let me post a few pics too.

Kong Fu Panda



The same image with zoom



Here's a Brazilian show in Rio



And James Bond (not so good!)


Sorry for bad english...
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And what are your thoughts about this pj..... you do have one.

I don't have one, but I've read enough to conclude it would be a very good upgrade to my Sanyo Z5. Apart from picture quality, the cleaning holes are very important to me, as I already used them to good effect on the Z5 to get rid of dust blobs. Of course, it's almost that time of year when we start hearing about new models...
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I've had mine for a few weeks now and couldn't be happier. I am continually blown away by the picture. Can't wait for football season!
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I've had mine for a few weeks now and couldn't be happier. I am continually blown away by the picture. Can't wait for football season!

Jcraigcx, thanks for you input... every time i think of buying a sanyo the bad quality of there tv's come to mine.... so this pj is good quality and i should be blown away......
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Jcraigcx, thanks for you input... every time i think of buying a sanyo the bad quality of there tv's come to mine.... so this pj is good quality and i should be blown away......

I say GO FOR IT! I sat on the fence for over a year. At various times I wanted the Epson, then the Panny... heck even briefly considered the JVC. But in the end, the combination of price point and features swayed me towards the Sanyo.

I wish I could take a decent picture, but they come out crappy. IMO screenshots are a better reflection of photography skills than projector picture quality (in most cases). Just take them with a grain of salt. I have a 60" Sony SXRD in the living room. The Sanyo projector looks FAR, FAR better. Perhaps I have some adjusting do to on the Sony, but prior to having something to compare it to, I thought it was doing just fine.

I'm in the Dallas/FtWorth area and could not find anywhere to demo this projector. Nobody had it installed. I'm an avid pinball collector and a member of a large local group.... none of them had one either. I finally just made the decision that I'm not going to let another year go by without enjoying my media room. It was a bit of a leap of faith, but I'm glad I took it.

In summary... I could not be happier! Picture blows me away! Just do it.
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ok, let me post a few pics too.

Kong Fu Panda

Nice pics.

How did you get them the proper size? My pics were truncaded to 1024/768 by the AVS.
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Nice pics.

How did you get them the proper size? My pics were truncaded to 1024/768 by the AVS.

LoL, I actually dont know. I host them in the original size on Photobucket.com and copy the link.

Sorry for bad english...
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Nice pics.

How did you get them the proper size? My pics were truncaded to 1024/768 by the AVS.

You must be having a problem with your browser. I use Safari and Firefox and both display the full picture, although you do have to scroll. In Safari you can also right click or control-click on the image and select "open in another window." The new window will let you toggle between full size image and stretch/squeeze to fit.

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Can anyone explane how the 120hz works?
Is it compined with the smootmotion feature or?

Since its only accepting 60hz from a source..

Thx in advance
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Can anyone explane how the 120hz works?
Is it compined with the smootmotion feature or?

Since its only accepting 60hz from a source..

Thx in advance

A TV, monitor or projector is said to be "120hz" when its can display an image with 120hz resolution. Example:

1. When a 24hz signal is sent to the Z3000 it can be displayed with a 5:5 cadence (5/120th sec each frame) as opposed to an uneven 3:2 cadence that must be used by a 60hz set.

2. All DVDs are encoded at 60hz interlaced. DVD film material is usually sent at 60p with 3:2 cadence to the projector. If you select smooth motion then an intimidate frame is created and the two frames are displayed with 3:2 cadence at 120hz.

The 120hz designation does not refer to what signals can be received.

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Can anyone explane how the 120hz works?
Is it compined with the smootmotion feature or?

Since its only accepting 60hz from a source..

Thx in advance

There is several possible situations to consider depending upon the source used and if smooth motion or 5:5 pull down is off or on. If smooth motion is on, then 5:5 pull down is turned off automatically. If smooth motion is off, then you have to turn 5:5 on if you want it. 5:5 only works with 60hz sources showing material that uses 3:2 pulldown (ie: movies).


60hz source + smooth motion on:

An intermediate frame is produced that approximates what would have happened had the source been 120hz. The extra frame is then added into the data stream and each old frame is shown for 1/120th second followed by the new frame for 1/120th of a second (the total time is still 1/60th second). The effect is to smooth out the motion by adding in a frame that attempts to calculate what might have happened between the first 60th second and the next. If the approximation fails, then you may see disturbances very fleetingly on the screen.

60hz source + 5:5 pulldown (smooth motion off) (movie source requiring 3:2)

3:2 is expanded to 6:4 (by doubling all the frames) and then the last frame in the 6 is replaced with a frame copied from the 4 to produce 5:5 and eliminate 3:2 effects. All 10 (5+5) frames are shown for 1/120th second instead of the five frames for 1/60th second.


60hz source (no 3:2 required - eg football):

Each frame is doubled and shown twice at 1/120th second each.


24hz source (blu ray) + smooth motion on:

An intermediate frame is produced that approximates what would have happened had the source been 48hz. Then the old frame plus the new frame are each shown twice in a row for 1/96th of a second (96 hz). The net effect is four frames displayed, two old followed by two new but four times faster.

24hz source - smooth motion off:

Each frame is shown four times in a row @ 96hz. No intermediate frames are made.

Note that only 60hz material becomes 120hz. 24hz original material uses 96hz.
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There is several possible situations to consider depending upon the source used and if smooth motion or 5:5 pull down is off or on. If smooth motion is on, then 5:5 pull down is turned off automatically. If smooth motion is off, then you have to turn 5:5 on if you want it. 5:5 only works with 60hz sources showing material that uses 3:2 pulldown (ie: movies)....

Orion,

You seem to have a good source for technical information on the Z3000. The owners manual sucks and my attempts to get any technical info from Sanyo have been unsuccessful. What other sources have you discovered? In particular, have you discovered (quantitatively) what the differences are in the three smooth motion modes?

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Orion,

You seem to have a good source for technical information on the Z3000. The owners manual sucks and my attempts to get any technical info from Sanyo have been unsuccessful. What other sources have you discovered? In particular, have you discovered (quantitatively) what the differences are in the three smooth motion modes?

Dan

There are several good reviews that each give a few details about how the sanyo works.

http://www.homecinemacentral.com.au/...mic+PROJECTORS

http://www.projectorcentral.com/sany...tor_review.htm

http://www.projectorreviews.com/sanyo/plv-z3000/

http://www.hdtvexpert.com/pages_c/SanyoZ3000.html

One of the most detailed sites is this german evaluation of the Z3000, translated using google:

http://translate.google.com/translat...hl=EN&ie=UTF-8

There is also a pamphlet that describes the projector in detail. It's called: Sanyo z3000 pamphlet.pdf. Unfortuately I couldn't locate it online again. Here is an informative shot from that doc.

Unfortunately I am still not sure what the different smooth motion modes do. But I assume the higher the mode, the more attemps software makes to add in motion related details. So Lo mode would attempt to model only frame wide motion, but High mode would try to approximate motion on smaller details in a frame. Presumably the more you try to model, the more possible mistakes and hence artifacts might be created.

I have seen smooth motion dramatically smooth the motion of a background moving marquee where the moving words were jerky and hard to read, but suddenly become smooth and very clear when smooth motion is turned on. I didn't see any added effect in that situation from Low to High. I have seen artifacts caused by the High setting that disappeared in Low. Personally I love the High setting because it can clear some kinds of motion dramatically. However, most times I don't see any effect and I don't see the "soap opera" effect some people say they don't like about SM.

For info: the Iris mode 1 favors brightness, and mode 2 favors contrast.
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There is also a pamphlet that describes the projector in detail.

This looks like it: http://www.sanyo.com.au/resources/ma...700%20full.pdf

It's quite interesting, although the marketing department must have come up with many of the terms, such as the "Optical compensating plate" !
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This looks like it: http://www.sanyo.com.au/resources/ma...700%20full.pdf

It's quite interesting, although the marketing department must have come up with many of the terms, such as the "Optical compensating plate" !

Yep, that's the one. Thanks. Looks nice too!
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I sat on the fence for over a year. At various times I wanted the Epson, then the Panny... heck even briefly considered the JVC. But in the end, the combination of price point and features swayed me towards the Sanyo.

I'm on that same fence right now. I keep going back and forth between the Epson, Panasonic, Sanyo and JVC. Honestly, I've pretty much eliminated the Panasonic because of the warranty and cost of the bulb. With the JVC, I figure I'm paying that extra amount for performance so the cost of the lamp becomes more incidental. However, at this point in time, it's ultimately down to the Sanyo and Epson. I'll most likely just wait for CEDIA to come and go, see if anything new comes out of that, and how the manufacturers handle discounting on last years models after the new ones are released before making my final decision.
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I'm on that same fence right now.

The nice thing about the fence is, you know the prices will go lower, the features will increase, you never have to worry about bulb life and you can never have a lemon!

On the other hand, you miss all the fun of seeing that big screen event on that awesome new machine!

I've had an Infocus X1, Optoma H31, Optoma H79 and now a Sanyo Z300. Each one was better than the last. But even the lowly X1 put out a nice picture and I still enjoy seeing it perform. All things considered, there really isn't that huge a difference among all those projectors. I still watch my H31 480p at the lake and marvel how good it looks.

In the end analysis, by waiting, you are essentially trading time for money, and unfortunately time is something you can never get back.

The next amazing projector can only be an incremental bit better at best, and an amount so small you might not be able to see it except under selected conditions.
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In the end analysis, by waiting, you are essentially trading time for money, and unfortunately time is something you can never get back.

I've already got a good projector in the Sharp DT-500, so I'm really not missing out on the incrementally better picture, and some new features offered by any one of the projectors I'm considering. And the only reason I'm really waiting is to see what CEDIA has to offer for new units and what it does to pricing on current products. We're not talking six to eight months of waiting; CEDIA is next month.
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I have completed calibrating my Z3000 with my new Calman Enhanced Spyder3. The final grayscale DeltaE is mostly less than one percent across the entire brightness scale, where anything less than three percent is considered to be invisible.

The Z3000 can be calibrated very closely to a D65 gray scale using the Advanced Gamma Menu.

I have included the RGB grayscale, DeltaE and Color Temperature charts. Note that measurements less than 10% light are not reliable with the SP3 (charts are from the Calman software).

Here are my final calibration values starting from Pure Cinema on an HDMI input:

Brightness 0 +8 +10 +3
Red +3 -7 -3
Lamp Full On
Gamma +2

Advanced Menu
Red 5 5 4 4 4 2 1 1 0
Green 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Blue 3 2 1 0 0 -1 -1 0 0

Iris Fixed -30
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Brightness 0 +8 +10 +3

Very Nice! But I didn't understand the brightness levels. Mind to explain?
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Very Nice! But I didn't understand the brightness levels. Mind to explain?
Thanks!

Its the list of options on that page starting with Brightness. The 2nd number is the Contrast number, etc.
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Here's a few Z3000 pics, 1080p, HDMI, Canon S5 IS.












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orion456: Is that a stuck pixel on Spiderman's wrist? Seems to appear in all of the pictures in about the same spot.
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orion456: Is that a stuck pixel on Spiderman's wrist? Seems to appear in all of the pictures in about the same spot.

Whoa sharp eyes! It is a stuck pixel, but it occurs in all my original pics at exactly the same pixel location so it's my cameras fault! I took a shot of a blank wall and sure enough that pixel shows up.

The pics you see here were cropped and scaled to 1920 horizontal pixels from about 3400, so the pixel location moves around a bit in those pics.
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Question for Z3000 owners;
Projectorreviews.com states "The projector vents hot air out the vents in the front, and takes in air from the vents in the rear."

But the owners manual shows a picture of the air venting to the right side.

So which one is right and does it vent a lot of hot air?

Reason I ask is the projector would use the current ceiling mount which is located in a closet which I converted over to hold AV equipment. My previous Epson vented hot air out the front so heat buildup in the back of the closet was never an issue w/ my current equipment. But I'm worried that if this projector vents a lot of hot air off to the side into the back of the closet heat buildup will be an issue.
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Question for Z3000 owners;
Projectorreviews.com states "The projector vents hot air out the vents in the front, and takes in air from the vents in the rear."

But the owners manual shows a picture of the air venting to the right side.

So which one is right and does it vent a lot of hot air?

Reason I ask is the projector would use the current ceiling mount which is located in a closet which I converted over to hold AV equipment. My previous Epson vented hot air out the front so heat buildup in the back of the closet was never an issue w/ my current equipment. But I'm worried that if this projector vents a lot of hot air off to the side into the back of the closet heat buildup will be an issue.

The projector vents "warm" air out the right side. I too have my Z3000 sitting in closet cabinets. I've been using it now for six months with no heat problems.

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Question for Z3000 owners;
Projectorreviews.com states "The projector vents hot air out the vents in the front, and takes in air from the vents in the rear."

But the owners manual shows a picture of the air venting to the right side.

So which one is right and does it vent a lot of hot air?

Reason I ask is the projector would use the current ceiling mount which is located in a closet which I converted over to hold AV equipment. My previous Epson vented hot air out the front so heat buildup in the back of the closet was never an issue w/ my current equipment. But I'm worried that if this projector vents a lot of hot air off to the side into the back of the closet heat buildup will be an issue.

I would build a cardboard duct to make sure the hot air is redirected to leave the enclosed space. All projectors make a lot of heat. 165 Watts in a small space can get hot pretty fast.
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I would build a cardboard duct to make sure the hot air is redirected to leave the enclosed space. All projectors make a lot of heat. 165 Watts in a small space can get hot pretty fast.

Thanks for the idea...looking at different ways to vent the heat out of the closet w/o spending too much cash.

Found this review of the Sanyo to add: http://hometheatermag.com/frontproje...lcd_projector/

I noticed out of most of the review sites posted the two biggest cons were the color gamut (although the color in Orion's SS seemed great) and the "gassy" smell emitted during the 50-100hrs.

So did the smell really become that pronounced and was color adjustments hard to get just right so it didn't have the yellowish tint?
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