Originally Posted by jim2100
The image (or more accurately, the object, since the image plane coincides with the movie screen) is shifting relative to the lens by a digital adjustment in the LCD chips. I have been calling it digital lens shift for years, and most people know what I mean.
The image of the chip does not move. The active image vs the black bars on the chip can be moved, the 16 x9 total image coming off the chips and into the lens does not move. The chips do not move. You can move the lens which then moves the total image off the chips in relation to where the total image hits the screen. Despite claims to the contrary, after carefully reading the manual, the lens shift is mechasnical, controled by the joy stick, and can not change by some magic setting. If you want to change the lens position to the chip image, it must be done mechanically and and can not be done remotely. If this is not correct, then he manual is in error.