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post #271 of 3000
Wet1, with wide open lens you will have to live with a shutter speed of 1/30 or slower. That seems near impossible to do a hand handheld unless you have super steady hands/arms with slow heart beat. Good job nevertheless.
post #272 of 3000
CaspianM,

You're preaching to the choir my friend! As you can see, I have a pretty steady hand (lots of years of pistol shooting), but there's no substitute for a tripod! In all fairness, I did have the camera resting on my supported knee, but the pics prove I was still moving a little.


I miss my D200 dearly, but after having thousands of dollars of equipment disappear from our hotel room, I'm now questioning if it's worth it to reinvest in another good dSLR. They are just so big, bulky, and expensive... Almost too much of a hassle to bring anywhere I often want to use one. Since all my expensive Nikon stuff was stolen, I'm considering getting a much cheaper bare-bones Cannon dSLR as a companion to my little Sony point and shoot... I'd freak if I bought another expenisive camera and something happened to it.
post #273 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Wet1 View Post

CaspianM,

You're preaching to the choir my friend! As you can see, I have a pretty steady hand (lots of years of pistol shooting), but there's no substitute for a tripod! In all fairness, I did have the camera resting on my supported knee, but the pics prove I was still moving a little.


I miss my D200 dearly, but after having thousands of dollars of equipment disappear from our hotel room, I'm now questioning if it's worth it to reinvest in another good dSLR. They are just so big, bulky, and expensive... Almost too much of a hassle to bring anywhere I often want to use one. Since all my expensive Nikon stuff was stolen, I'm considering getting a much cheaper bare-bones Cannon dSLR as a companion to my little Sony point and shoot... I'd freak if I bought another expenisive camera and something happened to it.

Wow, that sucks having your camera stuff stolen!

I am considering Nikon's new D300!
post #274 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Wet1 View Post

CaspianM,

You're preaching to the choir my friend! As you can see, I have a pretty steady hand (lots of years of pistol shooting)

who were u shooting
post #275 of 3000
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Originally Posted by elmalloc View Post

who were u shooting

Are you putting up a review? How is it all going?
post #276 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Rob Tomlin View Post

Wow, that sucks having your camera stuff stolen!

I am considering Nikon's new D300!


I just bought a Canon 400D and a couple of lenses. Can't wait to get some RAW screenshots from the VW60.
post #277 of 3000


WOW!!!!!! That is the best screenshot next to mine that I have seen.

AWESOME!!!!!

G90 Stack:



Panny:



Cliff
post #278 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Rob Tomlin View Post

Wow, that sucks having your camera stuff stolen!

I am considering Nikon's new D300!

I can't say it made me very happy!

The D300 is an awesome camera, I don't think you could possibly be anything but 100% satisfied with it!

Like I said, this time around I think I'm going to go much cheaper so I can feel a little more comfortable actually bringing it places w/o constantly worrying about it. Even the cheap dSLRs take much better pics than the old Sony I'm using now!
post #279 of 3000
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Originally Posted by overclkr View Post

WOW!!!!!! That is the best screenshot next to mine that I have seen.

AWESOME!!!!!

Cliff

Thanks Cliff. It's all in good fun. As we all know, SS do the actual image very little justice... and I KNOW your G90 stack looks a hell of a lot better in person!
post #280 of 3000
BTW...

Due to popular demand, I've added more Jessica Biel pics in my AE2000u review thread located here:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...=945983&page=2

Sorry, I'm feeling too lazy to paste them all here as well.
post #281 of 3000
Just goofing off with Spidey. IN72 with HD-A3



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post #283 of 3000
Not sure of the best way to take screenshots, but here we go...

Panny ae2000 on 159" HP.













post #284 of 3000
rockoma

damn those screenshots are great.
the panny 2000 is such a good punch for the bukcs.
post #285 of 3000
what movie is the racoon from?
post #286 of 3000
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Originally Posted by darryl b View Post

what movie is the racoon from?

Thats from a preview on Shrek the Third, new Jack Black movie called Kung Fu Panda. All I could think about while watching it was they made an animated version of Chris Farleys Beverley Hills Ninja.
post #287 of 3000
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Originally Posted by darryl b View Post

rockoma

damn those screenshots are great.
the panny 2000 is such a good punch for the bukcs.

Sure is, the 1000 was too.

I jumped from the 1000 to the 2000, for the price, I don't think there is a projector that could fill my 159" screen as well as the 2000.
post #288 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Rockokma View Post

Sure is, the 1000 was too.

I jumped from the 1000 to the 2000, for the price, I don't think there is a projector that could fill my 159" screen as well as the 2000.

Rockokma,

What is your throw distance for the Panasonic AE 2000,

THanks.
Sam.
post #289 of 3000
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Originally Posted by sdavid21 View Post

Rockokma,

What is your throw distance for the Panasonic AE 2000,

THanks.
Sam.

18ft

Veiwing distances are 18ft and 12ft.
post #290 of 3000
Now that several people have the C3X 1080p can anyone post a few screenshot?
post #291 of 3000
Is it time to bring this thread back alive in the $3k+ forum? Almost 12 months since any posts...


The guys on the $3k- forum seem to be having all the fun (read: spare time) taking/posting picts....

My just completed DIY screen enabled these picts, taken handheld with a Canon compact digital. Next time, tripod.
These picts don't do the screen actual justice, they were taken just prior to border install. I have to dial in my Sony VW60 / Panamorph UH 380 now that I have a real screen.
Projector: Sony VPL-VW60 + Panamorph UH380
Screen Size: 130" wide for 2.35 movies 103" wide for 16:9
Screen Type: DIY curved Wilson Art Designer White Laminate
PS3 Blu-Ray Casino Royale.






post #292 of 3000
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Originally Posted by overclkr View Post



WOW!!!!!! That is the best screenshot next to mine that I have seen.

AWESOME!!!!!

G90 Stack:



Panny:



Cliff

Infocus 7210

By shaolin95
Well this pic turned out close enough I guess but its annoying that the image shack image has more punch than the forum posted image sometimes...
In any case, I hope you guys dont mind me posting here since my 7210 used to belong in this section.
I got plenty more if you dont mind otherwise, I will stick to the under 3k area.
As always the info is as follows:
Projector: Infocus 7210 (720p)
Screen Size: 120" wide for 2.35 movies 108" wide for 1.78
Screen Type: Wilson Art Designer White Laminate
HTPC driven with ffdshow decoding (90% time) and EVR rendering.
Please not that my 50mm lens cant capture the whole image thus the cropping on the sides you see.
post #293 of 3000
I love the Panda shots. Maybe this thread will start to pick up now. :-)
post #294 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Luis Gabriel Gerena View Post

I love the Panda shots. Maybe this thread will start to pick up now. :-)

Yeah, so do I. What size screen is this?
post #295 of 3000
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Originally Posted by GoCaboNow View Post

Yeah, so do I. What size screen is this?

120" Diagional films 2.35:1 calibrated by comparing pics..
post #296 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Kevin 3000 View Post

120" Diagional films 2.35:1 calibrated by comparing pics..

Very nice. I am looking to do a 2.4 as well. Can't wait to get mine!!!!
post #297 of 3000
Is it my imagination or does it appear that your JVC HD-350 is pretty doggone sharp ?
post #298 of 3000
Some screeshots after calibration.





post #299 of 3000
It would be nice to always include the projector and screen size for reference dont you agree guys? :-)
post #300 of 3000
Thread Starter 
I'm glad to see as the OP that this thread has been resurrected. I've modified my setup and will have to post some pics very soon.

My video pathway consists of...

JVC DLA-RS1U
DIY 130" curved AT screen (Sheerweave 4500)
Panamorph UH380
Crystalio VPS-3300 processor
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