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Impressive pictures!!!!

I calibrated the Optoma HD65 with THX DVD's "extras" of the movie Alien.

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Love the color on you setup, anirbana
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Some more shots I took after 1st level of calibration. Still need to work on it till I am satisfied. Next time will use the THX tool.











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Wow! This thread is totally awesome. anibana, other folks ... could you share your equipment - or direct me to a link. In particular, I would like to know the sources used. I am looking to buy a new HD Blu-Ray player and wanting to see what you own. If possible, please contribute to this thread I started and put a link to these pictures:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=993151

Very very cool Good job capturing these pics
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Infocus 4805 with HD-DVD A2 and black out cloth.
I need an HD projector based on the pics here or maybe use more sharpness in CS3.



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I need to get some new shots since this is taken on a block wall.


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Any of you guys have the sony dynaclear screen?
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Any of you guys have the sony dynaclear screen?

It only comes in 80" most videofiles screens are at least 100"
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The last image with me standing on the left.

Next 3 Images with 3 different brilliant colour setting
BC - 2


BC - 4


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Damn anirbana, you really got that HD65 dialed in!
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I have the hd65 and was wondering what settings are you using... and are you using a screen. what source are you feeding the hd65
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I will post my settings this weekend. Not sure if it will help you as my environment and setup is different

A little about my setup

Player- Toshiba Tecra M5 4:3 laptop - Not a HTPC
Screen - I do not have a screen . I have a Yellow wall (I am renting and not allowed to fix screens ... )
Connection : VGA

Sources : All screenshots you see are from 4.3 GB HDDVD rip sample files and not Original HDDVD or Blu-Ray and in case of Cars it is a HD Trailer at 720p

I think with proper BR and HDDVD it will look better.
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Could it be the yellow wall that is giving your colors so much punch?
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Please take my following comment in a positive way, I am not trying to put down anyone's images.
Screenshot comparisons like these here are all fun but really you cant compare one to another. Different cameras, screens, enviromental factos play a HUGE role not to mention any post processing and even your own monitor calibration....too many variables. Even the same camera does not mean we can compare unless exposure was the same ...pretty much anyone with a decent photo editing software can make a picture look anyway they want.
Again, this is not an attempt to criticize anyone but just to make clear for people checking the screenshots that this is a "just for the fun of it" thread. :-)

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Pretty good sceenies guys.
But, who here wants to witness some serious eye candy?

Click the link below and scroll down to the Infocus IN82.

http://www.highendpalace.com/HEP%20Projectors.htm


BTW, this isn't to imply anyone here is not enjoying their image equally well, just this chap sure knows how to capture and post screenies. Gotta wonder about that DNP screen too.
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Optoma HD65

Cars - Pixar - 720p
76" widescreen on wall




Kung Fu Panda
Trailer - 720p
76" widescreen on wall








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Optoma HD65

Cars - Pixar - 720p
76" widescreen on wall




Kung Fu Panda
Trailer - 720p
76" widescreen on wall








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You need to calibrate your colors , they are pale and dull.

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You need to calibrate your colors , they are pale and dull.


I think that the problem of the color is in camera and not on the projector.

With my camera:


With a better camera that caught loaned:


But at least you can get an idea of the sharpness of the image of the projector.



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I think that the problem of the color is in camera and not on the projector.


But at least you can get an idea of the sharpness of the image of the projector.


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Indeed! 'Stickers' looks tack sharp. Well done.
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How do you post a pic (not as an attachment)?

I'm getting there....!!!
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How do you post a pic (not as an attachment)?

Read this:

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I wanted to throw in some major kudos to the guys over at the shack for putting this truly impressive mix together. This has beat any expectations I had. The picture is stunning. I'm using an Infocus SP-7210 for a source as well. Here are some pics from this morning with some ambient light in the room. These were taken with my tripod. I had the F-Stop around 22 with the shutter staying open for 10 secs. I still need to tweak the camera settings a little more. The ISO may have been set too high. Can't wait to take some nice pics in the dark tonight.

















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Very nice with light shining thru. What aspect ratio is your screen? 1:78, 1:85, 2:35?
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Very nice with light shining thru. What aspect ratio is your screen? 1:78, 1:85, 2:35?

I have 1:78, 100"

The quality of the Black Widow is simply amazing. It has transformed my whole theater experience.

The biggest loss is when I have my drop ceiling lighting on near or above medium. Window light doesn't affect it.
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Black widow now is that paint on the wall or is that some kind of fixed bought screen? I am looking into a 104 inch screen to go with my Epson Home Cinema 1080p UB projector whether it be DIY or bought from a dealer. Was looking at Carada screens.
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I wanted to throw in some major kudos to the guys over at the shack for putting this truly impressive mix together. This has beat any expectations I had. The picture is stunning. I'm using an Infocus SP-7210 for a source as well. Here are some pics from this morning with some ambient light in the room. These were taken with my tripod. I had the F-Stop around 22 with the shutter staying open for 10 secs. I still need to tweak the camera settings a little more. The ISO may have been set too high. Can't wait to take some nice pics in the dark tonight.


















wow this is impressive!
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