Originally Posted by Peter_
I really appreciate your reply, but I said Dynamic RESOLUTION
, not contrast.
We know that this projector has 1920x1080 pixels as static resolution, but how much moving pixels it can handle at 60Hz ?
Sadly I can see how much downloads were made and I can assure you that were at least 200 downloads of each video, but not even ONE person did reply with a comment.
My main use will be for games and action movies, so this performance issue will matter a lot.
I really hope that some good person, who run those videos in full screen and comment.
I highly doubt we have had 200 unique visitors to this specific thread since you posted the videos. So it's unlikely that 200 people from this thread downloaded your video. It's a publicly available download even if you don't post the link anywhere else. So you really don't know how many AVSforum users downloaded your public link.
That said, I did download your videos because I wasn't sure what you were asking for. Then I found out I wouldn't have time to do the type of test you are talking about.
Another note is your post sounds angry at this point, which is never a good thing as it makes people not want to help you out.
If you scan through the thread, even the later portions of the thread, there are plenty of people saying how much they like this projector for movies and games. Which is a lot more than this type of resolution number is going to tell you.
With DLP there are no subpixels like LCD flat panels. Also, LCD projectors do not have sub-pixels either. So when rendering optical resolution that is smaller than 1 pixel, there are not sub-pixel tricks for increasing the perceived resolution.
I can tell you with a simple test I did when I bought it, that a set of lines spaced only 1 pixel apart, it displays all the resolution of 1 px wide details.
I will also mention that when outputting video especially, all the difference video processors used by different people's receivers, computer video cards, and source video players like BlueRay and DVD players, and the settings each person uses on the HD20 and source players, will affect this type of test you are asking for.
And when or if you get any result numbers from HD20 owners, what are you comparing the numbers to? And LCD flatpanel monitor or TV? What is the reference point? What numbers are you hoping to see?
All I know is that movies look crisp and sharp. And the projector is good enough to show flaws in BlueRay discs that are not mastered well. And that for games I can see every detail sharply and all text is sharp and clear.
The bigger issue for me are the dark details and shadow and highlight squashing. Both which can be adjusted to respectable levels, but I am hoping for new budget projectors to improve on these areas in the future.