Originally Posted by darinp2
My most important parameter is basically whatever is weakest compared to something else to my eyes (although of course I have things that stand out to me more than other things). That is a simplified version, but one parameter can get the most weighting while the projector that is best in it loses the fight. That is one reason we do the comparisons. We most definitely were looking at things like detail because they matter too.
I am really starting to wonder about this brightness matching thing
. I would love to see some measurements of actual values coming off the screen for a daylight scene where Andreas sees the JVC image as looking like it is from a cloudy day compared to the Sony. Might help us get to the bottom of some of the differences seen. Or not.
But again, it shows the obvious that the calibration for example. 14FL will not be the "optimal" - if we're talking about getting the "best" image quality appears on screen, no matter which projector brand, we're talking about (or image size, for that matter)
- Because if we accept that the images look as DJ Dee has photographed them, at least at home with DJ Dee - they show clearly that more light output for "better images" even in moderate doses (and moderate screen sizes) and to a projector, which can make for example. 20-25 fL (regardless of brand) rather than example. 10 - 16fL , will clearly by most people to be considered as being "
No one, for now, have said that they prefer the slightly fainter image with better black level (when we speak about the projected images in the photos).
Again, an interesting test for you and Kris (?) ( if you still have the 600ES or borrow a 1000ES ) could be, that after comparing them equally kalibretet
- adjust one example. 20-40% higher up in light output, and then see, if the result will be the same between them - or Kris's eyes will be "blinded" by the realative moderate light increase (or even better, how Kris's wife, with the even more sensitive eyes, will react to the brighter Picture compared too the other )
Just an idea