Originally Posted by coderguy
If seriously interested in lots of 3D, then take the Sharp. Also, if you are a heavy user on (like 500-1000+ hours per year), then take the Sharp due to the lamps.
To confuse you more though, I would add if you are considering the JVC RS-45, you should also consider the Mits hc5.
Yes, I just started to read up on the HC5.
Though there isn't too much content for 3D now, there will be a lot more in the future. So it leads me think more for DLP now until JVC, or whomever, can get it it done right. But then again, I don't really know if I'd catch the flaws in The HC5 or RS45's 3D or if it would bother me all that much.
That would also give me time until a solid state light source comes available at reasonable prices. It's not about having to purchase lamps, but I really don't like having the image dim over time and have to adjust for that.
Interested to her what Zombie says about the Sharp's lamp. Good or bad?
And yes, I'd probably be considered a heavy user at closer to a thousand hours a year I'm guessing.
I really like good blacks, which is why I think the Sharp would be OK or even the BenQ if I added a ND filter. That would bring them along the same lines in terms of brightness I think.
Now it boils down to having to get an Oppo to do the scaling in 3D for Anamorphic Lens support, buying an extended warranty and getting some 3D glasses for the BenQ ,which brings them close together in pricing after all is said and done.
I think the tradeoffs after all that would be motorized lens on the Sharp or CFI on the BenQ.
But I haven't completely ruled out the HC5 or RS45 just yet. I have a lot of reading to do today to make that decision.