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JVC RS15 OPPO 93 Nikon D70

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JVC RS15 OPPO 93 Nikon D70



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paolino64,

incredible screenshots as per usual! i am running out right now to buy "real steel".

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Shiznit Thanks
Unfortunately this is only trailer.
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paolino64,

incredible screenshots as per usual! i am running out right now to buy "real steel".

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For the record, it was a really fun movie. I was more interested in Cowboys vs. Aliens based on the trailer -- Real Steel looked pretty cheesy from their trailer, and it actually turned out to be great! Was totally not expecting that. Also really nice cinematography. Just watched it the other day for the first time
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Just got a BenQ W6000. Using settings recommended by smarter members.
Nikon D700, 28-105mm, tripod, RAW, Lightroom 3 for post-processing, MacBook Air

Here are selections from Sunshine, Fifth Element, Kung Fun Panda 2, Inception:



















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these screenshots are stunning!

any tips for taking pictures in a very dark (low ambient light) room with a Sony DSC-H20 point and shoot camera?
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Originally Posted by smokarz View Post

these screenshots are stunning!

any tips for taking pictures in a very dark (low ambient light) room with a Sony DSC-H20 point and shoot camera?

I shot these using Panasonic TZ3 P&S camera, under Night scene, using tripod.
Projector is Sony HW30ES, cinema 1


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Some owners should consider an ISF tuning, leeloo shots look reddish and some have purple bias.

Anyway here's a shot of the Optoma HD8600 I tested, best DLP I've ever had in the house.
http://www.videodementia.com/sales/hd8600joker.jpg

Here's a grayscale tuned leeloo picture with the HC6800 Mits LCD projector.
http://www.videodementia.com/sales/hc6800d65k1.jpg
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JVC RS15 OPPO 93 Nikon D70
Downscaling from 4K to 2K








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You're making me really hunger paolino64!
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You're making me really hunger paolino64!

The food or the girl?
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hey guys, i see quite a lot of shots with Casino Royale and Fifth Element, can you tell me exactly which parts in these movies would you pause to take nice screenshots?

thanks
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True Blood. 13 foot diagonal screen. JVC RS-15.

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JVC X3 (RS-40) 500 HOURS LAMP COMPACT CAMERA PANASONIC TZ-10
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Originally Posted by RAGARSA View Post

JVC X3 (RS-40) 500 HOURS LAMP COMPACT CAMERA PANASONIC TZ-10

Great photos, what screen and size?
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Originally Posted by Larry M View Post

Great photos, what screen and size?

It is a motorized screen Cinescreen V5 16/9 2.80 meters 127 basis "over a draft of 5.6 meters.
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It is a motorized screen Cinescreen V5 16/9 2.80 meters 127 basis "over a draft of 5.6 meters.
Is it 16:9? Looks like 21:9 to me, especially on the upper picture. What is that cloth clinging to the ceiling?
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Is it 16:9? Looks like 21:9 to me, especially on the upper picture. What is that cloth clinging to the ceiling?

Cloth is probably to block reflection off his white ceiling
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Originally Posted by Elix View Post

Is it 16:9? Looks like 21:9 to me, especially on the upper picture. What is that cloth clinging to the ceiling?

In fact you see a double blind system to convert a screen 16/9 to 2/35 and another one to mask the part that most reflects my white ceiling of my room is not dedicated, so I can enjoy my D-ILA much more, it is easy to manufacture with simple black fabric stores and car upholstery black color the result is spectacular.

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JVC X3
CAMARA Panasonic tz-10

COMENT
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moree moreee please tongue.gif:p
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I have a question. If you go with a screen set up and there is no wall behind the screen. The screen would drop down in front of an opening to another room. Where do you put the center channel speaker??
Thanks
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BenQ W7000

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I have the same setup over an archway between rooms. I have to move the center speaker over from the corner when I pull the screen down.


389.
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BenQ W7000

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what happened to all the big nice gorgeous screen shots here ?????

How did they get re-sized?
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JVC RS15 OPPO 93 Nikon D70










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Originally Posted by paolino64 View Post

JVC RS15 OPPO 93 Nikon D70


Your RS15 is just perfect. Which screen size and type?

Thanks.
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The screen is a standard 16:9 110 "white 1.2 gain, It has calibrated by me.
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