My JVC RS15 at 13 feet diagonal (one small light on so you can see the door for size reference). Haven't built the frame for the screen yet, so it is only tacked to the wall temporarily. Love this projector! Biggest upgrade from my CRT by far. Great deal for $1,400.
These were taken with a simple $50 Canon point-and-shoot. Other than cropping and resizing nothing was done to the images. At some point I'm going to borrow my father's Nikon D200 and one of his uber expensive lens' (and one of his REAL tripods hahaha, not some make-shift one that you can tell I used here ). Pictures taken from my ISF calibrated JVC DLA-RS20. The canon has added quite a burnt orange/yellow color to most of the images. I also set the exposure time a little low for the darker scenes which makes for the brighter scenes to be quite a bit darker than they are in real life. Also, obviously with this camera I wasn't able to get decent focus on my screen, as the images in person are simply stunning. LOTR:ROTK images first, then some Lost images at the end. Anyways, whatever: (Oh and btw Gandalf is my favorite )
Now that's what I'm talking about 18 pictures in one post! Even with a low cost camera your shots still look really good, I bet they are amazing in person.
Thanks! I took a few more. I tweaked the camera's settings a bit and I think these more accurately show the actual brightness and feel of what you actually see when sitting in front of my screen. Same routine. My $50 point-and-shoot, just cropping and resizing done:
Lost - These shots don't really give justice to how good it looks in person:
And a couple night shots to show off the RS20's native contrast ratio (they're in front of a fire, hence the red faces):