Originally Posted by Kelvin1965S
You don't have to correct for this change of brightness, but it may make 2.35:1 seem dim by comparison which would never do.
That's what I was worried about!!! This raises issues with a...
Originally Posted by Trogdor2010
Actually brightness is decreased with the lens since it stretchs the light path. Typically about 10% is lost with a 1.33x stretch. Some Anamorphic lenses (prism based) tend to leak light out,...
A question for people using a moveable anamorphic lens.
Is there a noticeable increase in brightness when you change from watching a 2.35:1 movie with the lens to watching a 16:9 movie with the lens removed?
Is this increase in...
Originally Posted by N.Wil
Thanks rich for your feedback
Has anyone seen one of their curved screens?
Just ordered a 125" diagonal, 2.35:1, 1.4 gain BD curved screen.
Will hopefully help with...
Originally Posted by FerretHunter
With the DNP, I'm seeing a marked improvement over my previous Da-Lite screen, and none of the disadvantages often talked about with the Black Diamond.
I may have never seen a Black Diamond,...
Please see the discussion from a few posts earlier. 50% lens shift means center of the projector lens can, at maximum, be positioned even with the top or bottom of the screen. An 80% shift works as follows: