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Old 05-05-2012, 04:57 PM - Thread Starter
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Is there one here I'm missing or one anyone can suggest that is found elsewhere?

Just curious. I saw Avengers today and saw an unusual (for me) defect throughout the film. A black object shown in an otherwise bright scene would glow purple or blue. (If you are familiar with the film a centered shot of Nick Fury on the bridge of their carrier made it most obvious) Reminded me of the 'purple blacks' or blue blob I saw on my first two SXRD displays before moving on. Always at the center of the screen.

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Old 05-05-2012, 08:25 PM
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Is there one here I'm missing or one anyone can suggest that is found elsewhere?

Closest I can think of would be the D-cinema Equipment and Theaters section (right below this section).

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What you were seeing is a symptom of partial de-polarization of light. Blue into black is very common.

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