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post #451 of 3000 Old 01-03-2009, 11:48 AM
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This pic was taken with an iso of 200. For some reason I keep taking pics with ambient light, but at night I'm actually watching movies Not trying to find sharp frames.

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Spoiler Warning: The following screenshots may display spoiler content. View at your own risk. :rant:

Equipment: Epson Home Cinema 1080 UB Projector / 106" DaLite High Power Screen / Toshiba HD-A35 HD DVD Player / Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu-ray Player / Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver / Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7 Digital Camera

Blu-ray Movie Title: Get Smart

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This pic was taken with an iso of 200. For some reason I keep taking pics with ambient light, but at night I'm actually watching movies Not trying to find sharp frames.


Very nice!
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Spoiler Warning: The following screenshots may display spoiler content. View at your own risk.

Equipment: Epson Home Cinema 1080 UB Projector / 106" DaLite High Power Screen / Toshiba HD-A35 HD DVD Player / Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu-ray Player / Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver / Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7 Digital Camera

Blu-ray Movie Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

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Prince Caspian screen shots.

JVC DLA-RS1/Panamorph UH-380/Crystalio2 on 130" 2.37 screen (SW4500) / Olympus E20N Digital Camera in RAW mode.

I've been trying different variations of positioning the anamorphic lens in conjunction with the sharpness/edge enhancement features of the C2. So far it has yeilded a very sharp picture. The coloring of the photos still seems a little over saturated from what I'm seeing on the screen. The second photo also was over-exposed by the camera so I'll try to re-take that a little later.












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Some of the above shots are suffering from anemia hope its not contageous.....
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Reg152,

Can you tell me your settings on yor RS1, it looks very natural and not over saturated.
Thanks.
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Reg152,

Can you tell me your settings on yor RS1, it looks very natural and not over saturated.
Thanks.

scottyb,

I'm not sure which settings will be useful to you because almost all of my settings are within my Pixel Magic Crystalio2 video processor. I did calibrate the projector with a user defined color tempurature using my Sencore OTC-1000 before adding the Crystalio into the video chain. I'll take a look at those setting and get them to you.

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I don't want to start a war here, but comparing the same picture of TDK (buildings) between the RS20 of shiznit and my Planar 8150, it seems my Planar have more shadow detail and more sharpness...maybe is the digital camera or the settings of the RS20.


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Too many factor to make a comparison possible or useful to be honest.
Different cameras, different post processing (unless you shoot RAW the camera will add processes the picture anyway).
Too many factors....

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DiV_GAMER:

What screen are you using with the Planar 8150, and what is the gain?
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Nice shots Luis and Kevin

I am really starting to love both of the new JVC projectors more and more. Now if I could only decide how much money I want to spend, I would be all set.

Also DIV GAMER those are amazing shots of the Planar. I love the color accuracy of DLP. First class.
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JVC HX2U -> Xbox360 streaming netflix -> Do-able board screen

I thought it looked ok. Only did a quick set up. Only been up and running for a day or two.




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Thank you Matts,

Please see my Post 407 for more Planar 8150 pictures:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...935620&page=14

I use a 110" Screen Research SolidPix Matt White(1.0 gain) and High Power Lamp mode in the Planar.
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I don't want to start a war here, but comparing the same picture of TDK (buildings) between the RS20 of shiznit and my Planar 8150, it seems my Planar have more shadow detail and more sharpness...maybe is the digital camera or the settings of the RS20.


RS20 (shiznit)



Planar 8150

No doubt DiV_GAMER about the awesome screen shots and projector that you have!
I revisted my focus which oddly enough seemed to have changed(!) so I corrected it... I will tell you that I essentially had the projector as dim as it would go in those first shots, with the iris/aperature closed all the way down to -15 and the lamp was on low mode as well.. In this new photo I turned the lamp mode to high and left the aperature alone. Also has your projector been calibarted? Mine is the out of the box THX setting. But of course camera variability also comes into play with these shots, but I was just curious is all.

Plus I did not pause the same picture frame as you as well which will also impact the detail, etc. I wish I knew how to get rid of the progress bar on the Panasonic DMP-BD55, anyone know how or if you can?
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Bottom line is they are both excellent projectors guys - I dont think one looks better than the other, they merely look "different", but of course this could be the camera's fault.

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Much better now shiznit...IMO.

I think with the aperture so low in your HD750 you have to put the lamp in High Power.

Look at shadow detail...much better now.

My Planar is almost perfect out of the box...I only set the brightness and contrast a notch.
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Much better now shiznit...IMO.

I think with the aperture so low in your HD750 you have to put the lamp in High Power.

Look at shadow detail...much better now.

My Planar is almost perfect out of the box...I only set the brightness and contrast a notch.

I don't see any difference in shadow detail with any of those shots. The difference is clearly caused from brightness variations between pj's. Shiznit's second picture clearly shows what I'm saying. The difference between his second pic and your pic is about equal to the difference between your pic and his first pic. Both pj's do throw a fantastic image, btw...
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Damn there is a hell of alot of nice screens in here.. Wallpaper time lol.
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Bottom line is they are both excellent projectors guys - I dont think one looks better than the other, they merely look "different", but of course this could be the camera's fault.

yeah, I wouldn't kick either out of my theater
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Excellent shots Spank - so very natural looking.

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@ setina,

Nice shots! that movie seems like quite a test of black levels!

Thanks Mark! I'm still working on how to capture EXACTLY what I see (it is actually a bit brighter, but colors came out oversaturated compared to reality). This camera makes it rather easy! Too bad Imageshack does a poor job at resizing these. When I get some time, I'll crop and resize in PS and repost.
Now I need to create a workflow and standardize how I shoot these....

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Excellent shots Spank - so very natural looking.

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