Originally Posted by HogPilot
Yes indeed. And I didn't mean to insinuate that Panamorph makes sub-par equipment; quite the contrary, my personal opinion is that their stuff is by far the best bang for your buck in terms of price/performance ratio.
However I don't think that the slide was meant to handle the heavier weight of an Isco 3, hence my suspicion that the motor may be burnt out. However it may be more than that - the unit won't even turn on, so it may be something on one of the small circuit boards under the cover. I meant to send it away to a guy over on Curt Palme's forum so he could look at it before I left, but I ran out of time so it will have to wait until I get back. Or maybe I'll just trade up to a CineSlide...
With your JVC is there a need for a slide with these menu options?
Anamorphic The video images are projected after being enlarged in the vertical direction of the panel
resolution. This setting is used when one uses the anamorphic lens to enlarge them in the
If a 3D signal is fed in when Anamorphic mode is set to A or B, Anamorphic mode is
automatically turned Off.
Settings: A, B, Off [Off]
A: Video with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 is enlarged in the vertical direction of the panel resolution and then projected.
B: Video with an aspect ratio of 16:9 are displayed by reducing them in the horizontal direction, without changing their size in the vertical direction.
Off: Used when watching video images other than those with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio while using an anamorphic lens. 2.35:1 video images are projected without any changes. (Black bands appear on all sides)