I am interested in buying a SONY VPL-VW500/600ES projector (4k 3D) to work with a Stewart screen, either Studiotek 130 G3 or Firehawk G4. I love 3D, although I do not have a lot of 3D movies to begin with. But I also have to deal with ambinent light, as I have a lot of windows and all walls and ceilings are matt white.
I have been told that for perfect 3D, you need a white high gain screen in a light controlled environment, which is not possible for me. I really love the Firehawk G4 (note that this is a 4k-ready G4 screen so I assume it is more advanced than Studiotek 130 G3). But I am not sure if the 500/600ES (marketed as 1800 lumen) is bright enough for Firehawk G4 with a gain of 1.1? (Firehawk G3 has a gain of 1.3 but is no longer offered.)
My screen will be 16:9, 110" diaganol and 96" width. Your suggestion would be really important! Should I choose the newer generation Firehawk G4 (1.1 gain), or 2005-launched Studiotek 130 G3 (1.3 gain) screen?
Thank you very much!
PS: I need pull-down screen and SI's Black Diamond is too large to fit, so it is out of the question.