Originally Posted by CINERAMAX
Disagreed on dci dlp units 2k content on 4k creams 2k on 2k content.way more film like and no stairstepping. There are zero artifacts produced by frame quadrupling on cinema dlp both in the ti board or imb board.
So if that is any indication, the Sony despite lcos may be ok playing 2k on 4k.
I am sure you know this but just in case....
. Whether you see any jaggies depends on far more factors than the panel being 2K/1080p or 4K. Viewing distance, quality of the lens, the screen material, the true resolution of the panel and alignment thereof, artifacts in scaling and your sensitivity to seeing such things all come into play and significantly so.
The first place to start is whether on your current projector and setup you see the jaggies. If you don't, you don't have a problem that needs to be solved.
Further, keep in mind that "film like" also equals softer image. Those jaggies in moderate amount contribute to subjective feel of the image being sharper. So even if the latter is more accurate, it may not be to your liking. In the old days of very low resolution sources, we all chanted "film like" but in the era of 1080p, it doesn't quite translate as well.
Anyway, based on what I saw, the benefits are rather hard to find in this set up right now. I am hopeful that they can dial this in so that it gets closer to the ideal and give customers a choice.