I have a unique situation where I have 2 drop down screens, 1 is a Elitescreens Osprey which has a 94" 16x9 and 117" 2.35.
I found the 16x9 screen was not large enough for my taste, so I got a 120" Elitescreens Cinetension 16x9 which I hung behind the osprey. This setup has been working fine with the available lens memory and lens shift available on my Panasonic AE4000 with my Anamorphic lens.
Now moving all this functionality to the Mini3d instead, I have a couple of options on the initial setup, and was wondering which is best.
1. Setup the projector light path (zoom) to cover the 120" 16x9 Screen with some overscan to ensure the width of the scope 2.35 screen is also covered, then use the Mini3d SHRINK settings to adjust the 2.35 aspect.
2. Setup the projector light path (zoom) to cover the 117" 2.35 Scope screen, then use the Mini3d ZOOM setting to adjust for the 120" 16x9 screen.
I was thinking 1 would be better than 2, i.e. optical zoom is better than digital zoom?
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