Originally Posted by Jonathan Teller
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That site mentions 3LCD technology and links to 3LCD.com, but that just sounds like regular old 3 panel LCD technology, no mention of C2Fine. I'm not saying it's not there, but weird that the article didn't mention the feature that's probably just as important as 1080p.
It will also be interesting to see how the HC5000 vs. Pearl fight works out.
$4495 MSRP vs. $5499 MSRP ($4999 MAP).
Personally, I'm speculating that the images will be very comparable and the Mits will be much more flexible for setup and potentially less costly to maintain if the bulb life is accurate. I've heard reports of $500 bulbs for the Pearl.
I was all set to buy the Pearl until I realized it would entail completly re-mounting a pj and moving it out into my room to get the best image. But I can set the HC5000 right on my shelf in place of my Panny 500.
I can't wait to find out what kind of image the HC5000 throws.