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Looks like JVC will enter the Dcinema arena.

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Nice welcome to the D-cinema industry!

http://www.ita-usa.com/?p=2411
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Looking forward to seeing one of these in action. Especially if the contrast is any where near their home D-ILA models which is to say spectacular! Hope it's brightness isnt an issue.
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Wow! Can they compete?
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Sony will have soon also a new smaller DCI Pr. that will have 4 or 6 uhp lamps inside but also the
can do full DCI Color.

my info say 15000 lumen at bigger 5000:1 cr.
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The small sony to give it a run for the money is SRX R515 (introduced in barcelona, shipping depends on country, but try Q3 2012)
-4k resolution
-6 uhp lamps
-IMB
-full dci support
-up to 15kLm
-price comparable to bigger 2k models of competition

http://www.pro.sony.eu/biz/lang/en/eu/product/dcinemaproj/srx-r515/overview

no 4k HFR but thats expected
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Originally Posted by diffusedlight View Post

The small sony to give it a run for the money is SRX R515 (introduced in barcelona, shipping depends on country, but try Q3 2012)

It does not seem to support 1080i/60, nor 1080p/60. That makes it unsuitable for home theater.
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HDMI and specified 2K 50/60P, I would expect it to accept 1080P, considering it is targeting the small screening room. Plenty use of 'alternative content' in those theaters.
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Originally Posted by donaldk View Post

HDMI and specified 2K 50/60P, I would expect it to accept 1080P, considering it is targeting the small screening room. Plenty use of 'alternative content' in those theaters.

Yes, I see that the specs have been updated with 50/60p support.
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