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post #31 of 1800
Nope, just AVIA disc calibrated, and then tweaked some...

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Originally Posted by bruce banner View Post

gnolivos, looks excellent! wow, ISF calibrated?
post #32 of 1800
Do you just copy/paste to put the screens up like that? I may get in on this thread when I get back home
post #33 of 1800
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Originally Posted by bruce banner View Post

Your shot's are always nice!

I think we're winning this war! The G90 guy went running back to the CRT forum

LOL. No, I just had to go to bed.

Awesome shots though!!!!!! Very nice!

Cliff
post #34 of 1800
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Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post

Do you just copy/paste to put the screens up like that? I may get in on this thread when I get back home

If you do I'd post a link with the original poster name on top of the post.
post #35 of 1800
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Originally Posted by overclkr View Post

LOL. No, I just had to go to bed.

Awesome shots though!!!!!! Very nice!

Cliff

Thanks!

You see, we can hang with the big boys!!
post #36 of 1800
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MacReady

Sanyo PLV-Z2 105 inch screen.



















And, of course, a picture of Kong (isn't it mandatory by now. lol)

post #37 of 1800
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pkde

XBox360 Add-On and Sanyo Plv-Z5.








post #38 of 1800
I mean for my own pictures from my set up.
post #39 of 1800
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Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post

I mean for my own pictures from my set up.

Of course, this thread is for everyone on "Digital Projectors - Under $3,000" to post pics of their Projector in action!
post #40 of 1800
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The upcoming benQ w5000!















post #41 of 1800
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tahustvedt

BenQ PE8700+ projector
2 m wide Euroscreen motorized screen



post #42 of 1800
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RnB180

Panasonic ae900u





close up
post #43 of 1800
Here is some Blade Runner on the Domino 30H













bguzman
post #44 of 1800
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post #45 of 1800
Looks good for a 25 year old movie. Just had time for a quick screening. Looking forward to watching it again soon when I have more time and less football.

bguzman
post #46 of 1800
Great Thread.
Without going into any argument of screenshots vs real quality lets have some fun...I always blv that screenshots are good to judge to an extent only...

Heres mine
Projector: IN 72
Content Source: Laptop - 720p HDRip files
Screen: Wall 88 inch






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post #48 of 1800
Could someone post pictures of the opening scenes in "The Fountain"? There are many dark scenes in there that would test the projector's shadow detailing.
post #49 of 1800
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How important is the projector screen for detail?

All these screenshots long damn good! but all use different screens... It doesn't seem that important. I was told you should match the screen to your projector weaknesses. Is that what you guys did?
post #50 of 1800
IN72 on 92" screen with KODAK point and shoot







post #51 of 1800
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Originally Posted by bruce banner View Post

How important is the projector screen for detail?

All these screenshots long damn good! but all use different screens... It doesn't seem that important. I was told you should match the screen to your projector weaknesses. Is that what you guys did?


The screen brand/type is what I keep looking for.
post #52 of 1800
I use a high contrast gray screen material from Elite. Cost about $100.00 and looks good with my IN72. I am about to build a 2:35 DIY screen and exp. with some paint solutions.
post #53 of 1800
IN72










post #54 of 1800
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All these screenshots long damn good! but all use different screens... It doesn't seem that important. I was told you should match the screen to your projector weaknesses. Is that what you guys did?

These are fun threads, but 90% of the differences you're seeing are attributed to photography skill, camera quality, and general computer savviness (image editing, compression, formatting, ect...). You should not be trying to make any sort of decision in screen, resolution, or display technology based on off-screen shots.
post #55 of 1800
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Originally Posted by Orta View Post

These are fun threads, but 90% of the differences you're seeing are attributed to photography skill, camera quality, and general computer savviness (image editing, compression, formatting, ect...). You should not be trying to make any sort of decision in screen, resolution, or display technology based on off-screen shots.

I'm sure we all know this. This is why we ask the screenshot poster about their setup.. Like I'm doing now.

Don't sell us too short, Orta
post #56 of 1800
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Tim Sly

Sanyo Z3 projector. Blu-Ray

Ratatouille:



TMNT:







post #57 of 1800
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Wallskm

Optoma HD-70




Mass Effect [xbox 360]




post #58 of 1800
Lots of great screenies here. Bout time I post some as well:







post #59 of 1800
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Optoma 72 106'' ultrascreen electric.













post #60 of 1800
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Originally Posted by bruce banner View Post

Basilisk, the first screen looks real! That's a very high quality camera

Keep 'em coming!

Thanks Bruce.

All shots taken with a Kodak P880 @ 8MP in complete manual mode on a tripod. Here is the Exif Data of the first picture:

[Image]
Make = EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model = KODAK P880 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA

[Camera]
Exposure Time = 2.5 seconds
F Number = F3.6
Exposure Program = Manual
ISO Speed Ratings = 50
Exif Version = Version 2.21
Bit Depth = 24
Components Configuration = YCbcr
Shutter Speed Value = -1.33 TV
Aperture Value = 3.66 AV
Exposure Bias Value = ±0EV
Max Aperture Value = F3.48
Metering Mode = Pattern
Flash = Off
Focal Length = 12mm
Color Space = sRGB
Exif Image Width = 3264
Exif Image Height = 2448
Exposure Index = 50
Sensing Method = One-chip color area sensor
File Source = DSC
Scene Type = A directly photographed image
Custom Rendered = Normal process
Exposure Mode = Manual exposure
White Balance = Manual white balance
Digital Zoom Ratio =
Focal Length In 35mm Film = 57mm
Scene Capture Type = Normal
Gain Control = None
Contrast = Normal
Saturation = Normal
Sharpness = Hard (Using Hard matches what I see on screen, Normal makes the images come out a little soft)

A lot of my shots come out great when I use manual vs auto.

One last note. I use the built-in timer so that there is no movement from the camera.
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