Originally Posted by humbland
If I did the math right, that's 12,000
hrs of 3D.
With that kind of amo, you can watch every 3D movie ever made
how many times?
Now that you have the 4K Sony, is the Z30K still in your stack?
I like to stock up on lamps, It helps with the resale down the road.... (like I ever get rid of projectors..)
To answer your question, the Sharp 30K stays. I use it for 2D 'ambient light viewing' (950+ lumens on the 2.8 is great for ambient light viewing).
Regarding 3D - my eyes are hyper sensitive to refresh rates and flicker. I can still see it a bit on the Sony and can cause some mild eye strain. The Epson 5030 is about as good as it gets compared to the Sharp 30K (I'm referring to how solid the image appears in 3D mode). If I didn't have the 30k, I'd probably use the 5030 for 3D. Overall very nice 3D performance.
Now 2D is a whole different story. Properly upscaled 1080P looks great and native 4K footage is out of this world to see in person on a big screen. I am running my Nikon D90 NEF files through it and it's fantastic how life-like the photos appear.
Plus I can't give up the Sharp glasses. Epson's were a close 2nd, they are nice factory glasses. The G20's are still my favorite out of many different pairs I've tried.