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post #811 of 3000 Old 03-02-2009, 03:39 PM
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More W5000 shots please.

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ummm, that looks like crap. If you want to simply get rid of it, i'll take the marantz off your hands as a goodwill gesture. I'll pay for shipping as well.

LOL. Nice try!
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Nice shots Kevin.

I like your smaller shots (720 or less) much better that the larger (1080) ones. The large shots lose their effect when I have to scroll left and right to see them.

Keep posting everyone.

Jason

!00% agree!

Kevin your screenshots are impressive, as well as, Chris's and it would be interesting to see your shots compared to his RS20 screenshots. Maybe, if you could convert them to the same size as Chris's screenshots, it would be interesting to compare.
Althought, screen gain, size, room decor, camera used, etc. are not the same and screenshots are not the exact reproduction that is displayed on the screen, it would be interesting to see The JVC 350 vs the JVC RS20.
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Uploaded your request....

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More W5000 shots please.

Here are some from Mirrors Bluray-No spoilers















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Uploaded your request....


Thanks Kevin!

The screenshot looks great. I think I'm in the market for a JVC RS10, HD350. Keep them coming.
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I haven't got the Indy 4 movie yet on Blu Ray but have a 720p average rip file. I did a comparison of one of the shots posted here against a screen capture from my laptop. Blu ray comparison would be better but this will give some idea.

What I also did is took the same frame on my IN80 as screenshot at different exposure settings. Here are the results with images

Setting the right exposure is very important otherwise there could be lot of black crush on screenshots. It may appear punchy but if you look closely it may clip the shadow details making the screenshot very average.

A higher exposure really helps to bring the shadow details we see in real. Please don't get me wrong this is no criticism to shots posted. It is just to highlight the importance of exposure on camera.

In the first two images you will see that lot of shadow detail is clipped, See Indys Hat and many other areas against the computer screengrab. I am sure if you guys used higher exposure the shots would show more shadow detail which I assume you actually see in your setup.

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Screen Capture from laptop- Nvidia 8400M GS



IN80 at 2 Sec exposure


IN80 at 3 sec Exposure


IN80 at 4 sec Exposure
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A few more pics, JVC RS20, 150.5" width cinemascope DA-LITE HP screen, Point & shoot LX3 all hand held.

Golden Compass


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Cars


Cars


Beverly Hills Chihuahua


D.O.A.


D.O.A.


D.O.A.


Any Given Sunday


Kung Fu Panda

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More from my Home Cinema 1080UB...on a wall lol

Let me know what you think.

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"WE HAVE GUNS!"

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Added a 2 sec exp so you can see whats happening as exposure increases...

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Screen Capture from laptop- Nvidia 8400M GS



IN80 at 2 Sec exposure


Added 2 Second Exp HD-350


IN80 at 3 sec Exposure


IN80 at 4 sec Exposure
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Ethanolas - The shots are lovely with great shadow details. Reminds me of Ricwhite's shots who owns a 1080UB as well.

Chris - Sensational dark scene shots. I would still suggest to use a higher exposure to bring out the shadow detail you are seeing in real.

Kevin, exposure is just one element of it. It will also depend on the aperture. Like if I had used any aperture below F5 the shouts would crush whites and show halo or blooming. I used F7.1. But I think if I have used F8 and 4 sec exposure the shots would come very close to what I see. Still learning that.....
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HD-350 LOTR Return of the King HTPC


















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Amazing Chris!!! These screenshots look just like the HD750 I had demoed at a showroom a few weeks ago, they were playing CARS too and it looked just as good! Can I make a request to see more KungFu Panda screenshot, when you have time ofcourse. I would like to compare them to the extra sharp and very colorful InFocus IN83 and BenQ W5000 screenshots that were posted a couple of weeks ago.

EDIT: I have heard terrible things about "Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor" but I may just buy the movie to use as a reference demo disc, the screenshots look awesome!!!

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A few more pics, JVC RS20, 150.5" width cinemascope DA-LITE HP screen, Point & shoot LX3 all hand held.

Golden Compass


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor


Cars


Cars


Kung Fu Panda

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Chris,
Here are some of anirbana's excellent KungFu Panda screenshots, incase you want a frame of reference

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PJ: Infocus IN80
IRIS: 27
Screen : Ikea Blind
Camera: Nikon D40x DSLR







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Finally, I watched Wall-E on Sunday. What a brilliant movie :and a visual treat Wonderful smooth animation. Some random shots...Open the bigger image to view properly.




















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nice...
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WOW! Beautiful screenshots!!

Tell us again what projector you have, please!
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Really nice wall-e pics the blacks/star fields are washy overexposed but probably as good as you can get with your gear which is my only criticism.
Got to give you something to work on.....
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man those In80 shots look sick!!!! I sure hope my RS20 would look that good when I finally calibrate it.

Chris Dallas, please post comparison shots if and when you have time. I know if I had my RS20 you wouldn't even see me on the forum for a couple of months at first, hehe

I should be getting my RS20 tomorrow thought
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I sure hope my RS20 would look that good when I finally calibrate it.

It will be better than screenshots. Most PJs look better in real than screenshots and RS20 is a top class PJ.
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Excellent photos guys. I have the Epson Tw5800 and have taken some shots. Will post soon.
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Need to hit 3 posts first though.
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No new Epson pics on here yet so I thought I will give it a try. Some well known and a few from Zodiac.

Projector Epson TW5800, Sony T7, 90" saphire pull up screen. Room is not light controlled. Calibrated using I1 Pro and Calman for greyscale and rec709.
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Projector Epson TW5800, Sony T7, 90" saphire pull up screen. Room is not light controlled. Calibrated using I1 Pro and Calman for greyscale and rec709.































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Wonderful noshandy. Shadow details are really nice on the images and there is no black crush....keep 'em coming...
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Office Space Bluray
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Good film and great PQ on this one.
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Nice shots Noshandy

One of my favorite movies.

I love the character of Milton.
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Extreme Black levels without the finer details is a waste (IMHO)

You are absolutely right.
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Chris,
Here are some of anirbana's excellent KungFu Panda screenshots, incase you want a frame of reference

As requested for comparison here they are from Kung Fu Panda RS20, but keep in mind it's a point & shoot LX3 camera he was using a DSLR plus my screen is 150" wide his is much smaller.












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Also took some Wall E shots




















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