Originally Posted by mishari84
After a while of using this projector, I like everything except motion. I watched The Amazing Spiderman, but I could not complete it because the motion made the movie very boring to watch. When I played FIFA 13 on XBOX, the motion still made playing the game less enjoyable. I do not see any judder, but I can not see the details in fast moving object.
Not really sure how to comment about this, I have my plasma on with a cloned display watching the same image on both in movies to compare, and for sure the plasma is better but the motion is great on the PJ, and for the overall size/experience it's no contest. I barely watch my plasma any more. Gonna need burn through bulbs faster than I imagined. There's a 2nd hand lens place downstairs from my loft that sells anamorphic lenses, I might have to pick one up with my next tax return or perhaps sooner.
3D on Prometheus was OK, but the movie was quite dark. Disney / Pixar movies in 3D absolutely rock, my family watched Tangled with the kids and all I heard from the other room was oohs and ahhs. IMAX Under the Sea is a good real life colourful one. Tron 3D looks sick at the opening sequence. I can't say I would enjoy watching too many really dark 3D movies on this as the cheap-o glasses make it a bit too dark for my liking (even in torch mode). But in bright material it's absolutely stunning and incredible. I wish I'd ordered 6 pairs of these Sainsonics rather than 4. All my friends want weekly movie nights at my loft now. weee heee
buy this one guys, can't go wrong at 850
too bad it can't do 1080p 60hz in 3D but I'm looking forward to trying 1080p 30hz with Batman Arkham City ...right now in fact. it was on special on steam and a friend gift sent it to me after we played his copy on my ps3 in 3D. It is SO cool in 3D. Uncharted 3 was really neat too, but the 3D was lower res due to the limits of the console's gfx chip. Silly consoles. PS4 will rock though. hope they have the presence of mind to allow you to customize the 3D settings more than they do now. (like refresh rate and resolution and aspect ratio)