Originally Posted by eat meat
Red: 600-1,050 lumens
Green: 1,275-2,150 lumens
Blue: 275-480 lumens
54 can easly handle it
If this is the case I have a hypothetical question to put on the table.
If they are indeed using the PT-54 lightsource, I've read somewhere that this was made for 4:3 aspect ratios. In addition, I've also read that the newer 1280x800 TI chipset is smaller than the older XGA chipset.
If I am imagining this right, doesn't this mean that there is "excess" space in the upper and lower parts of the chipset when it's lined up with the PT-54 light source?
Following this, doesn't mean that they'd need to put some form of physical bar (e.g., plastic, metal?) to block out the excess light source due to the 4:3 ratio? Otherwise, wouldn't you get a square-box image regardless of the 1280x800 resolution?
THEN, can this "restricted" (from a physical placement perspective) light output affect max-focal range?
Just letting my mind go wild here.
Or I could be completely wrong in that focus range is distinct from light-output.
P.S. All of this assumes that I read it correctly previously that the new 1280x800 chipset is smaller than the current XGA chipset.