Just got my 5010. Using it with OPPO 93. Although the 5010 identifies the HD Link as OPPO 93, it will not display the 3D mode and the OPPO setup won't allow the 3D output either. Manual says the device requirement requires 3D glasses; I guess it knows
I Don't have the 3D glasses yet.
Spent the next 8 hours evaluating.
Ran all the calibration discs: AVIA, DVE, SPEARS MUNSIL, HQV SILICON OPTIX.Very impressive
and I thought I had an unbeatable Epson 8500. Using Cinema Mode at 6500 degrees with all 'custom' settings initially set to zero, "jaggies, film or video resolution, color accuracy, resolution motion tests"; all the tests passed without exceptions. That's a first.
There is a one pixel red convergence error at some part of the edges. I twiddled the pixel adjustment around center areas. Moving one pixel in any direction does not result in gray area discoloration; I will take a closer look.
Switching the aperture on and off, I don't see any 'color shifting' as reported.
Focus is sharp in every area of the 120 inch screen. The blacks are exceptional and probably better than the 8500. Even the wife said the blacks and the "color range" seemed much improved. She immediately noticed the increase in brightness in ECO Mode. Plenty of picture "pop". Could not find fault with the wide color primary range and in "Cinema", could not imagine any way to improve the overall picture result. The picture is gorgeous.
The only negative was the 'super resolution' settings which resulted in plastic appearing faces when in movement and very sharp for stills.
I will continue experimenting with the settings; but, out-of-the-box could not be better.
Checked the firmware and it is 101. should be 104. I hate to fool with it.