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Originally Posted by ProXius View Post

Some shots of my Epson 6500UB, ISF calibrated. 72" screen, living room setup pictures taken during the day, curtains and stuff closed.
Avatar Bluray played with a Panasonic DMP-BD35 through an Onkyo TX-SR875 and 50ft. HDMI cable.



You using an Epson 6500UB AWESOME!!!
Best i could do with my JVC RS10 615 Hours Canon 500D is this. Shall i get myself a Canon 7D hmm


post #1622 of 1800
2nd round for my HC3800 (1st round on page 53).

Mits HC3800
Focupix 80" .9 gain gray (67" wide actual)

Screenshot notes:

Cannon powershot SD770is 10mp (point and shoot)
Tripod, w/timer
Manual ISO 80
Didn't mess with shutter/exposure
Only cropped and resized, no other adjustments.
Just jpeg's, no RAW format (supposedly better) pics.

>Some pics come out a little overexposed (hazy) than what I see.
>pics look grainier and not as sharp as in person.
>Hard to make adjustments when camera lcd screen is so far off from what the pic really is.
>I'm judging things by also viewing on my 7 year old samsung LCD screen.
>I'm not a photographer!
>Also just realized camera was autofocusing. Not sure I can manually focus this camera anyway...

On the 1st round I could only get the camera about 6.5ft away. This round I managed to get about 13ft away (to zoom in), though I had to do off angle shots to get that far away (due to a wall in the way).

So the main difference with this round is having the camera about 2x further back and 2 new blu ray discs I didn't have before. While this round seems better, it's still not as sharp or contrasty as in person (as usual).

(also annoyingly on toystory III that pop up pause window would not go away!)









post #1623 of 1800
Avatar of course (bought it for eye candy, really!).









post #1624 of 1800
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Originally Posted by Kevin 3000 View Post

You using an Epson 6500UB AWESOME!!!
Best i could do with my JVC RS10 615 Hours Canon 500D is this. Shall i get myself a Canon 7D hmm



Nice, here's HC3800 on DIY for comparison

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Originally Posted by Vracer111 View Post

Sky Blue/Wonderful Days is a pretty good Korean Anime movie IMO. Takes place in the future where Earth has become mostly uninhabitable because of pollution. Cit(ies?) were built which actually run off pollution but only those selected were allowed in, the rest were forced in the outskirts in the pollution... catch is the city relies on the outcast to provide it's energy resources from industrial plants and after 100 years relations are on the verge of collapse. Story picks up from there...
Created with a unique combination of 2D, CGI, and miniature sets (almost all location shots)

The DTS HD Master Audio track is a pretty good track too!



The trailer makes it seem all actiony, but its a love/drama story with lots of action thrown in...with very good pacing IMO.

Nice. Where did you get a copy. Amazon does not have one and third party ones are like $30
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Screenshots from my Samsung SP A 600 B. Casino Royale on BD. SEV
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And Again Casino Royale.
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Screenshots from AVATAR from my Samsung SP A 600 B
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The Dark Knight
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from my old Sharp DT-510 720P








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I'm really impressed.Those are some truly beautiful shots. Good work!!!!
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Narnia 1
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The Expendables
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Great shots, guys.

Would love to see some Mitsubishi HC4000 and JVC HD250 contributions.
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Some photo's my girlfriend made from our new Epson TW2900 (6100 I believe)
Its a 104inch 1.0 screen. The pj is calibrated.
It was very hard to shoot good sharp photo's because the Western Digital has a quirky pauze button which responses to late and its hard to anticipate.
All I can say is that its even better irl.

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JVC DLA-HD250. Struggling to get the white balance on the camera right but these are fairly close. Love this projector

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Yeah, seems to be overexposed quite a bit. I'm sure that PJ isn't that hazy
post #1640 of 1800
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Originally Posted by fleaman View Post

Yeah, seems to be overexposed quite a bit. I'm sure that PJ isn't that hazy

I thought the shots looked awesome.
post #1641 of 1800
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Originally Posted by jimjimmyjones85 View Post

Nice. Where did you get a copy. Amazon does not have one and third party ones are like $30

I got it on Amazon for under $31 shipped. $30 is really not bad for Non-US release anime Blu-Ray movie title like this; Japanese releases for major titles run in the $80-$115 range...

I purchased a used Region 2 DVD release of Wonderful Days (Sky Blue) on Amazon for less $15 shipped - it's $70 + shipping to import a brand new DVD.

Sky Blue = All Region Blu-Ray (UK release), English language only, and ~85 minutes.
Wonderful Days = Region 2 DVD, Korean/Japanese w/english subtitles, ~87 minutes.
post #1642 of 1800
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Originally Posted by Vracer111 View Post
I got it on Amazon for under $31 shipped. $30 is really not bad for Non-US release anime Blu-Ray movie title like this; Japanese releases for major titles run in the $80-$115 range...

I purchased a used Region 2 DVD release of Wonderful Days (Sky Blue) on Amazon for less $15 shipped - it's $70 + shipping to import a brand new DVD.

Sky Blue = All Region Blu-Ray (UK release), English language only, and ~85 minutes.
Wonderful Days = Region 2 DVD, Korean/Japanese w/english subtitles, ~87 minutes.
Why did you want the Region 2 if yuio had the US Release? The two minutes ?

WHat do you use to play it ?
post #1643 of 1800
Some shots from Stargate Universe. JVC DLA-HD250











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Ice Age 3
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JVC HD250. 1.2gain 138" screen. Band of Brothers. Picture quality of this projector is awesome. I compared the Sony,Epson,Mitsubishi,Panasonic and found that the JVC without any dynamic iris is fantastic. I recommend anyone contemplating a projector purchase in this price range look no further.

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JVC HD250 1.2Gain 138" screen. Band of Brothers.
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Some How to Train Your Dragon shots...

















post #1648 of 1800
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Originally Posted by Lazz View Post

JVC HD250. 1.2gain 138" screen. Band of Brothers. Picture quality of this projector is awesome. I compared the Sony,Epson,Mitsubishi,Panasonic and found that the JVC without any dynamic iris is fantastic.

Which Mits did you compare? The DLP has no DI, but their LCD's do of course.
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Originally Posted by Lazz View Post

JVC HD250. 1.2gain 138" screen. Band of Brothers. Picture quality of this projector is awesome. I compared the Sony,Epson,Mitsubishi,Panasonic and found that the JVC without any dynamic iris is fantastic. I recommend anyone contemplating a projector purchase in this price range look no further.


Hi Lazz,

What brand of screen do you use? Thanks
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how do you guys attach the pictures inside your message box instead of as an attachment? I would like to post some pics of my Epson 8350. Thanks
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