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post #361 of 754
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Originally Posted by lovingdvd View Post

What is Reality Creation and what does it do exactly? I assume this is exclusive to the VW1000 (not on VW95).

I believe this is Sony's name for their upconversion of 1080p input to 4K.
post #362 of 754
Seems the US market has ended up with VW1000 launch priority. I have not heard a peep from Sony to indicate any arriving into Aus yet unfort... I can only watch from the sideline for the time being. Look forward to reading the continued US feedback in the meantime though.
post #363 of 754
The one I have is number 22. I am too tired to post tonight. But this thing is sweet. Really really nice picture with most of the dodads turned off. Watching college basketball bt709, d65, low lamp, iris open a tad (20?).gamma 2.2
post #364 of 754
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Originally Posted by Randall Morton View Post


Mark,
I told you this thing was big. I've only watched it for about 30 minutes and haven't played with the settings much but it looks great so far. It's better than the Marantz and it is easy to tell its better. Don't think I'm going to need the ISCO. It looks brighter than the Marantz but not as bright as I was expecting. I'm at the long end of the throw. I may take some measurements later.

Same here re playing with it tonight. I shut most of the features like Reality Creating, noise reduction, yada yada off, set the gammato 2.2, bt 709, lamp to low, iris to manual set only open to 20 or so, and watched the games.

Randall's picture of the Sony is with the lens cover closed.
post #365 of 754
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Mark,
I told you this thing was big. I've only watched it for about 30 minutes and haven't played with the settings much but it looks great so far. It's better than the Marantz and it is easy to tell its better. Don't think I'm going to need the ISCO. It looks brighter than the Marantz but not as bright as I was expecting. I'm at the long end of the throw. I may take some measurements later.

IMO wide screen with the ISCO is superior to the zoom method.
post #366 of 754
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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 4 View Post

Google reality creation by Sony. Its basically a two axis adjustment to its scaling/deinterlacing I think, one axis adjusting sharpness and the other axis adjusting texture or something. Its in your 95 too somewhere. I leave it to its optimum setting, OFF.

As per Cine4Home preview, you should absolutely turn Reality Creation ON.

(First picture OFF, second picture ON)





http://www.cine4home.de/tests/projek...00_Preview.htm
post #367 of 754
I was surprised Mark turned Reality Creation off, for the same reason.
post #368 of 754
Please post the lumens in high lamp ,iris wide open.

Art
post #369 of 754
I posted in the other thread. I am at the extreme end of the range so I expected lower than 2000 lumens but I wasn't expecting this low.

Iris wide open, manual, lamp high: 1022 lumens on/off CR 13892

I guess my old light meter could be off but I don't really think so.
post #370 of 754
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Originally Posted by Randall Morton View Post

I posted in the other thread. I am at the extreme end of the range so I expected lower than 2000 lumens but I wasn't expecting this low.

Iris wide open, manual, lamp high: 1022 lumens on/off CR 13892

I guess my old light meter could be off but I don't really think so.

This would be an epic fail as they say these days. This would be something like 750 lumens after 200 hours of use.

This is the lowest reported lumen measurement I've seen.

art
post #371 of 754
Art I will measure the one I have this afternoon.

As to Reality Creation, I have normally shut it off in Sony sets I have owned. I did not try A vs B last night. You se I was primarily interested in ewatching two basketball games anfd the projector was merely, and as a projector should be IMNSHO, a means t accomplishing an end. So I zipped into the menu and shut all the enhancements off and along the way put it in BT709, d65, gamma 2.2, low lamp and opened the iris about 20% from minimum. That's about it. I will play with the controls and measure most everything today with Tom starting this afternoon. Sorry about defaulting RC off. After the games ended, I read the entire manual again. This way when Tom asks me about how to do something on the projector or what a control is supposed to do, I will be able to imitate a knowledgeable Sony product specialist.
post #372 of 754
I'll try to set something up to do a short throw measurement later today. The projector is heavy for my bad back so I can't promise anything. I'll also put new batteries in my light meter.
post #373 of 754
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Originally Posted by Randall Morton View Post

I'll try to set something up to do a short throw measurement later today. The projector is heavy for my bad back so I can't promise anything. I'll also put new batteries in my light meter.

What are your contrast and brightness settings? The default is usually contrast=80 and brightness=50. On previous Sonys a setting on contrast> 90 usually does not cause white clipping and produces a significant increase in contrast and light output!
post #374 of 754
Contrast is max and Brightness is 50.
post #375 of 754
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Originally Posted by OzHDHT View Post

Seems the US market has ended up with VW1000 launch priority. I have not heard a peep from Sony to indicate any arriving into Aus yet unfort... I can only watch from the sideline for the time being. Look forward to reading the continued US feedback in the meantime though.

It looks that way. One of the units that we just shipped had a serial number of 10.
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post #376 of 754
Thread Starter 
may you shoul read my post some days ago when i spend some time
to post my adjustmends and do under this condition some measurements again.
post #377 of 754
Wolfgang,
Thanks, I already checked your settings.
post #378 of 754
Does the VW1000 have the same 3D system as the VW95 with lampmodulation?
post #379 of 754
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Originally Posted by Randall Morton View Post

Wolfgang,
Thanks, I already checked your settings.

strange ......

i know now 6 units and all have over 2000 center lumen at full panel scale to 4096x2160.

some even at 3840x2160 have more than 2000 center lumen at d 65 and
rec 709 some almost it (like 1980 lumen)

there will be sure some series variaton in the +- 10% range but this should be not more than this.
post #380 of 754
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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 5 View Post

It looks that way. One of the units that we just shipped had a serial number of 10.

I am going to contact Sony today and ask where's the Oz allocation. I hope this is not deja-vu of the bad memory of ridiculously slow Qualia 004 local launch....mine was so late, 4 months later it went back to Sony in exchange for 2 VW100s!Bearing in mind of course that the 004 was cutting edge, expensive, and low production volume. There's never been an issue since then with delivery delays on any VW series including higher end units like the VW100 or VW200. Fingers crossed with the 1000! I am getting very itchy with all this pos feedback!

Mark did you work out the ceiling mount config yet? Will it need an additional plate to work with existing Chief mounts, etc?
post #381 of 754
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Originally Posted by W.Mayer View Post

strange ......

i know now 6 units and all have over 2000 center lumen at full panel scale to 4096 x2160.

some even at 3840x2160 have more than 2000 center lumen at d 65 and
rec 709 some almost it (like 1980 lumen)

there will be sure some series variaton in the +- 10% range but this should be not more than this.

I have heard from another member in a detailed PM who has looked and measured the lumens at a little under 1900 so it looks like the 2000number is reasonably accurate.This was at D65 with 709 color space ,scaling to 3840x2160.



Art
post #382 of 754
Time to start some tweets!!!
post #383 of 754
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Originally Posted by OzHDHT View Post

I am going to contact Sony today and ask where's the Oz allocation. I hope this is not deja-vu of the bad memory of ridiculously slow Qualia 004 local launch....mine was so late, 4 months later it went back to Sony in exchange for 2 VW100s!Bearing in mind of course that the 004 was cutting edge, expensive, and low production volume. There's never been an issue since then with delivery delays on any VW series including higher end units like the VW100 or VW200. Fingers crossed with the 1000! I am getting very itchy with all this pos feedback!

Mark did you work out the ceiling mount config yet? Will it need an additional plate to work with existing Chief mounts, etc?

The Chief SLB020 plate fits the RPA mount.
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post #384 of 754
Art. I can't pm. Please send me an email and I will respond. Thanks
post #385 of 754
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Originally Posted by HoustonHoyaFan View Post

What are your contrast and brightness settings? The default is usually contrast=80 and brightness=50. On previous Sonys a setting on contrast> 90 usually does not cause white clipping and produces a significant increase in contrast and light output!

FWIW I confirmed last night that on the VW95 I cannot go above 89 without it clipping... At 90 level 234 about disappears. At 91 I lose level 232 and 233, and the levels keep disappearing as I try to go higher of course. Obviously the 95 is a different pj altogether...
post #386 of 754
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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 4 View Post

Art. I can't pm. Please send me an email and I will respond. Thanks

Sorry I missed this.I was watching To Kill a Mockingbird and then I watched the rerun of Michigan Notre Dame in the first night game at Michigan stadium.

Art
post #387 of 754
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Originally Posted by lovingdvd View Post

FWIW I confirmed last night that on the VW95 I cannot go above 89 without it clipping... At 90 level 234 about disappears. At 91 I lose level 232 and 233, and the levels keep disappearing as I try to go higher of course. Obviously the 95 is a different pj altogether...

HW30 is pretty much exactly the same. Mine clips at 90 as well, 89 is dead on
post #388 of 754
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Originally Posted by lovingdvd View Post

FWIW I confirmed last night that on the VW95 I cannot go above 89 without it clipping... At 90 level 234 about disappears. At 91 I lose level 232 and 233, and the levels keep disappearing as I try to go higher of course. Obviously the 95 is a different pj altogether...




Lovingdvd and others


But this will depent on the settings in the RGB Gain adjustment (etc. I did a calibration on the 95ES with the custom 5 - native lamp output - to D65 with the red ( who run out first of headroom ) just before it color the 253 white bar , and then I could only get the contrast to max 75 - but it measurred a higher light output then my "normal" cinema 1/ custom 2, D65 Setting/ calibration with contrast at 79 ).

So part off why W. Mayer can achieve a D65 setting with contrast at 100 without
any clipping can be because off he´s adjustment/setting in the RGB gain and to a lot lesser degree Bias settings - right !? And others cant come over etc. contrast at 90 because they have adjusted different or started with a other preset !

so to maximize the light output, you need to find and adjust the red ( who allmost allways run out first with UHP bulbs ) so it not clip at 253/254 ( if you want the full video range ) or 235 ( if you want max output with no WTW information back ) and then get the green/ blue at same level, all at D65. Then you have your max light output at D65 , without any clipping and it dosnt matter what the contrast number is then !....correct !?

dj
post #389 of 754
W.Mayer, How wide can you go with the VW1000 until you start losing picture quality in your opinion? thanks
post #390 of 754
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Originally Posted by joerod View Post

Time to start some tweets!!!

Joe have you been able to measure anything yet? What are your max lumens?
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