I was thinking about going to a 1.0 matte... I know that someday, Art, would also like to move to a Matte screen... assuming there will be a supercharged, dual bulb, HT6000 with dynamic iris and host
I hear nice things about the firehawk, but I think if I were to move from the 1.3 Studiotek, it would be for a matte 1.0 gain... Only problem is that I have a Cine-w curved frame: I think there is going to be an issue of light reflecting from the curved sides back to the other side. I have noticed this effect on the studiotek, but need to take the time to look into this effect. Any other thoughts on going from the studiotek to matte?
139" x 59" is my screen size (11.5' wide), I need to have this discussion about matte 1.0 on the curved cine-w, and reflection from the curved ends on to each other... Does anyone not use the dynamic iris setting and just use the iris on closed-fixed? I'm just wondering with so many lumens to spare, how I can best take advantage (closed iris, 1.0 matte screen, etc....)
Need to order the correct mounting plate also... have the lateral shift braket and stuff, just need the correct backplate for the projector I guess... assuming Chief finally came out with it...