I know that Epson 5010 would also be a better projector, but in Europe it's still ridiculously expensive compared to USA prices.
The same with Panasonic PT-AR100U. In USA it's 999$ and in Europe 2000$.
Another good projector would be Acer H9500BD with best black levels in this price range, but it's 500$ more than the Epson 3020.
So, the only afordable projectors available that have good reviews are Epson 3020 and Benq W1070.Here
, I can see that Benq has better black levels than Epson 3020. I was sure I will get the Epson, but now I am confused.
DLP or LCD?In this video
it's very clear that the LCD has better colours and brightness, while the DLP has washed out colours, and a darker image.
Why everywhere I read about that "special DLP look and feel"? How is that "look and feel" compared to a LCD projector?
I also know that a DLP projector should have better black levels and a sharper image than a LCD projector, that have that granulation of pixels quite visible.
Benq has lens shift and zoom even if they are limited. I don't think I really need lens shift, but I would need a better zoom, because I would like to get a cheap anamorphic conversion lens to get a 2.35 anamorphic view.
I've seen this in this video
with an Epson 3010, and a cheap Canon 100$ conversion lens.
Would this be possible with Benq W1070 also? Epson has a 1.6:1 zoom, while Benq has a 1.3:1 zoom...would this be a problem?