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post #361 of 4054
Is it all about size ? lmao.
post #362 of 4054
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Originally Posted by WilliamG View Post

Very nice, though still not convinced on your details...

Here's mine from my Samsung LN-S4695 1080p LCD (before I got rid of it)



But hey, yours is 10 feet wide!

Nice shots guys.

Could you please let me know the time stamp on this particular shot? I had a quick look at Crank last night, but I couldn't find it.

Thanks,
B
post #363 of 4054
Ok, here is my first attempt at pics and I know they suck cause my camera sucks. Plus I picked a few of the not so great flix to experiment on (just cause that is what I was watching).

I have a Panny AE900 on a 120" Dalite Screen with the image coming from a PS3.

I hope I can get better shots ...













post #364 of 4054
And CR... My camera really make these look soft...









post #365 of 4054
any screens of planet earth?

thanks
post #366 of 4054
How are you guys getting your pics so sharp? I have a Canon Ixus 900 (no tripod) and my attempts turn out good, but nowhere near AS SHARP as some Im seeing here. Any tips???
post #367 of 4054
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

How are you guys getting your pics so sharp? I have a Canon Ixus 900 (no tripod) and my attempts turn out good, but nowhere near AS SHARP as some Im seeing here. Any tips???

That's what I want to know. Mine suck compared to these guys. And I swear my screen is not that bad ! I don't think.
post #368 of 4054
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

How are you guys getting your pics so sharp? I have a Canon Ixus 900 (no tripod) and my attempts turn out good, but nowhere near AS SHARP as some Im seeing here. Any tips???

A tripod is a must and if you can set your camera to have a delay after you press the shutter button, it will eliminate any camera shake involved with pushing the button therefore causing a blurry image. It's either set a delay, or use a remote shutter trigger.
post #369 of 4054
Here are some ones I took a little while back:

(60" SXRD/LCoS Sony 1080p, ISF Calibrated via PS3)










And NO I don't watch movies with that annoying light on, I have the Ideal Lume Standard Bias light for movie watching and video game playing.

http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/8287/img0953ra8.jpg




I really like the look of this TV a lot, especially once it was calibrated months ago. The lighting set up really helps too for eye strain and making it just seem to "pop" that much more.

The only reason I don't have a 120" screen or something is because I just don't live in a big enough place... yet!
post #370 of 4054
Reflex, your TV looks awesome.
post #371 of 4054
Thanks. I really like this model a lot, and for me it will hold me over until a few years pass and I can get a hold of something that truly breaks the mold for what we know now as really good TVs.
post #372 of 4054
Help....OK, I can't figure out how to post a picture. I've clicked on the insert image and a little window opens saying "enter text to be formatted" and I'm ??? Can someone explain step by step on how to do this ? Thanks in advance.
post #373 of 4054
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Originally Posted by ferrari fan View Post

Help....OK, I can't figure out how to post a picture. I've clicked on the insert image and a little window opens saying "enter text to be formatted" and I'm ??? Can someone explain step by step on how to do this ? Thanks in advance.

Open a reply window via the Quote button, using a post that has pictures embedded (like the one right above your post). You'll see the way the BBCode is set up for the images embedded in that post.. just do the same thing, except with your own images.
post #374 of 4054
Sony BRAVIA XBR3 46" 1080p




post #375 of 4054
Looking good guys !
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post #377 of 4054
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Originally Posted by MikeDaMan View Post

Sony BRAVIA XBR3 46" 1080p


Wait..... HOW?!?!?!!
post #378 of 4054
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Originally Posted by Raines8416 View Post

Wait..... HOW?!?!?!!

There's a Spiderman Promo BD out. PS3 trailer too.
post #379 of 4054
It's the Spider-Man 3 1080p trailer on the PS3 man.
post #380 of 4054
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Originally Posted by Bradad View Post

Nice shots guys.

Could you please let me know the time stamp on this particular shot? I had a quick look at Crank last night, but I couldn't find it.

Thanks,
B

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post #381 of 4054
Here are some shots I took a few months ago upon buying my AE900 and PS3. Been meaning to post them here. Some are from a Sony 6MP camera I was borrowing at the time and others are from my lowly Fuji 4.1MP camera.

Black Hawk Down


Ice Age: The Meltdown




Monster House


Open Season
post #382 of 4054
Click




The Departed




The Descent




post #383 of 4054
The Prestige




Saw




Saw II


post #384 of 4054
Silent Hill (Blue cast should actually be gray Damn camera!)




Underworld: Evolution


post #385 of 4054
Kickass pics Big Brad! ;-). Isn't SAW III a awesome movie dude?
post #386 of 4054
Yeah it is! I actually took a few shots of that movie, but they turned out horrible. I think it may be due to the way my camera handles funky color palettes like the one they used in Saw III.

-Brad
post #387 of 4054
Oh I see man, hey Im noticing your pictures. Are they suppose to be soft in person? for the theater movie effect? or are they suppose to be EYE popping detail?
post #388 of 4054
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Originally Posted by MikeDaMan View Post

Oh I see man, hey Im noticing your pictures. Are they suppose to be soft in person? for the theater movie effect? or are they suppose to be EYE popping detail?

Eye popping detail like Captain Qwark in the ratchet trailer...
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post #390 of 4054
Holy Christ evenodds! is that SXRD better than the XBR3? is ur's calibrated? it looks gorgeous!
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