Originally Posted by BIGmouthinDC
This thread reminds me of the thread a couple years back where the guy was charging visitors (Friends and Family) for the boxes of candy.
What a cheapskate.
I recently attended a huge rock concert and I was lucky enough to get floor seats. Right when the show started everyone pulled out their cell phones and began taking pictures. This didn't suprise me, who wouldn't want to snap a few...
I'm looking to buy a Paragon popcorn machine for my basement.
-Counter space is NOT a factor
-90% of the time I'll want popcorn for just two people but at times we'll have parties where we'll need more
Which size should I...
I posted my impressions about the AE3000 a while back. In my post I mentioned how I was able to see the Panasonic PT-AE3000U zooming 2.35:1 material directly compared to the PT-AE2000U in stretch mode with a Panamorph lens. I was...
Originally Posted by ][udson
Do 2:35's come in pull down?
Not as a standard size but any of the screen manufacturers should be able to make a custom size in the 2.35:1 AR (or any aspect ratio you choose).
Originally Posted by JWhip
IMHO, minimal camera movement is where we should be going. Our eyes should be the ones following the action, not the camera jerking from side to side, just like in real life.
Excellent point and I...
Originally Posted by Ken H
Where sports TV will make the transition is to full-screen (16:9) display. Larry Thorpe, national marketing manager for Canon Broadcast lenses, said that camera operators are protecting for 4:3...
Originally Posted by The Deuce
Hey, guys, just thought I'd inject one point into this whole "Does SmoothScreen make the PT-AE3000 less sharp?" discussion.
Sharpness is not the same thing as detail. If the SmoothScreen gets rid...