Originally Posted by mark haflich
When anyone states the blacks from a digital projector are inky, I immediately cross them off the list of being an competent observer or reviewer. orry
and that doesn`t mean that one won`t become competent in the future. But no digital projector out there has great blacks. Here =a little inky test for you. roject
a film with black bars. That is a film with a higher aspect ration
than 1.78. ow
stick a fingure
in the light path coming from the projector to the screen such that the fingure
blocks part of the light projecting the black bars, notice where your fingure
blocks the light, casts a shawdow
, how much blacker that is. r
project a black screen from say a test disc. ow
gray rather than inky black does that look. ts
pathetic from all digitals. igitals
as this point in their development just don`t have inky blacks.
Noone claimed to be a competent reviewer here...I stated several times in the beginning that this is solely my opinion. But i must admit that you are right. The black bars are not in fact inky black, yet still very very black. Sorry for using the word inky, it was an attempt to explain the difference between the pandorum film and the black bars.
Yeah maybe digital projectors arent going to produce the blacks like from a CRT projector, but in a digital projector world, and in a digital projector thread, and in a forum filled with posts on digital projectors, the InFoucus SP8602 can produce a darn good black. CRT projectors aren't really a popular consumer type of rojector anymore, so all we really have is digital nowadays.
Im not sure the reason for your post, other than to call me out as a competent reviewer, which I never claimed to be. By the way, I don't take anyone seriously who mispells FINGER 3 times in two sentences, and mispells various other words in their posts...so your opinion is that of....lets say....a 7 year old. Yep, definately...I'd say that a 7 year old could match or beat your so called "paragraph".