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Originally Posted by Elix View Post

If that is anywhere close to what you're seeing, your gamma is too high. Shadow details are crushed and skin tones are shifted towards lower end of color intensity. What are you using as a source? If it's an HTPC, I can tell you how to fix that.
Despite that, I'd love to have the option to have a CRT projector in my place.

I understand what you're saying, but what the shots are showing is not what's on the screen. I usually just post them the way they come out the camera. I never tweak any of my shots, but when I really get into taking them. I usually do a better job at setting up the projector and also capturing the image with the best camera settings.

I don't make that big of a deal out of it, because it's all be reproduced using a $99.00 point and shoot camera.
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I am going to have to get some up of that on my lowly 1352, later this weekend, here are some for kicks with the DVDO VP50pro:
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Thread Starter 
What's up bitches?????????? Yea that's right!


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Nokia freaking out on my stack!!!!!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGVfrF51MW4
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Right,Once again like I've told you before, the master Clarence has given his nod to your mods and I have personally seen huge scanlines at 1050P the last time I was at Williams.

qhWv

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Cliff I''m definitely bringing my Camera to take some screens.

Nashou
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Why I still like CRT...


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Merry Christmas!!!!!!






Athanasios
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Quoting Elix:
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If that is anywhere close to what you're seeing, your gamma is too high. Shadow details are crushed and skin tones are shifted towards lower end of color intensity.

I have not been on this thread for a while, so if this has been covered recently, please forgive the redundance.

Best way to show the shadow detail better is to raise gamma a bit, called giving the pic a "gamma bump". I first heard about this from Cliff, Thread Starter here, via his Moome device. There are screenshots somewhere here in this thread that show shots in 2.2 and the same shots in 2.4, and the 2.4's are definitely better - they show more shadow detail while leaving the blacks crisp inky black, just like they are without the gamma bump.

Brightness/black level does not do that.


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Edited by Mr Bob - 12/26/13 at 2:47pm
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Nice, Mike!

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Getting it ready to put the covers back on...


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Sony 1251Q TFE Blu-Ray
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LOVE what that little 1251 can do!!!

sweet!!!

Nashou
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Killer! CRT is still the cat's meow for me.

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Edited by Mr Bob - 3/27/14 at 9:46pm
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