I recently installed my rs10 and had it calibrated last evening. Here's what we found.
Projecting 16 feet to a 119 diag Draper M1300, projector lens about 8ft 3 in above ground, and top of screen about 84 inches above ground. With the iris fully opened, bulb at 100 hours, we were getting only 8.5 foot lamberts (Sencore pr
-650 meter). Although I didn't want the screen quite that large, I got a really low price on it and relying on the projector central calculator, it indicated I would get, albeit optimistically, 20 foot lamberts. I expected lower, but was very surprised that it came out that low.
The grey scale out of the box was very, very good. The colors, as expected, were beyond the allowed ranges.
We installed a Lumagen Radiance XE on the unit and adjusted the colors at 100% stimulus. Initially, we did it at 80%, but it looked better at the later value.
When I get the data and graphs, I post them for reference.
I was very concerned over the lumens output from the projector. It does look great when in the evening when there is full light control, but I was expecting about 15 foot lamberts. Beware of those projector calculators. This is my first projector. Had I been aware of this, I would have passed on the great deal on the screen, and gone down to at least a 110 diag, or maybe even a 104.