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Where are you at @Illini2000, and who is calibrating? I may be getting one done in April(end of).
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Chad B will be doing the calibration. I am in Des Moines.
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Nice! Heard he is good to go. Will be in your neck of the woods for volleyball this weekend.
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It has been a while since I posted, but I curious to see how you guys with older SDR displays and wanting to move to UHD HDR, and who it was working out.

I'm still at it even after FW 60a that completely ruined the OPPOs ability to out put wide colour and added a horrid green line down one side of the image for HDR discs. Yet Dolby Vision content remained unaffected.

So with all the bad stuff, that FW did add Dolby Vision. The problem with DV on a 1080p projector is that it wants to go to 1080/60p. This creates nasty jutter and I the solution that seemed to work on my old BenQ W6000, was to change the colour wheel speed, then recalibrate.

A few months back, I was loaned a older JVC X3 1080p projector.
Not as bright, but better blacks, a sharper lens, the ability to map out most of P3 colour and a mode called "inverse telecine" which makes panning of 60Hz super smooth.
I also worked out its 10 step gamma curve which allowed me to get a really flat grey scale.

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JVC RS4500, Panamorph DCR lens, Lumagen Radiance Pro with the latest dynamic tone mapping. Re-calibrated by Kris Deering. Shazam 4K Blu-ray screen shots -
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A few more -
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That looks impressive Craig. I am hoping to have Kris calibrate mine sometime later this year.
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That looks impressive Craig. I am hoping to have Kris calibrate mine sometime later this year.
Kris did a great job !
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Great looking shots, panning a CIH system myself but tricky due to needing a drop down screen..
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Great looking shots, panning a CIH system myself but tricky due to needing a drop down screen..
Technically my theater doesn't have CIH, since I have both a scope screen ( wider ) and a 16:9 screen ( taller ) - both electric.
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Technically my theater doesn't have CIH, since I have both a scope screen ( wider ) and a 16:9 screen ( taller ) - both electric.
So to watch 2.40:1 you bought an electronic screen to come down in front of your 16:9 screen? Is that so you don't have to worry about masking the side panels or top and bottom?

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Here is my setup.

I built a custom screen for about $150. I am using Carl's Place FlexiWhite material with a wood frame wrapped in triple black velvet.

It's actually native 1.9:1 as that maximizes the picture size and lumens of every aspect ratio I may come across for my JVC NX5 (I am at my max throw and max projector zoom for my room). The only aspect ratio that is taller than 1.9:1 that I really deal with is 16:9 of course and for that the top and bottom 1.5" or so gets cropped off which is not noticeable IMO.

I then have triple black velvet masking panels that I made that go on with hooks and magnets that mask my screen to 2.40:1.
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So to watch 2.40:1 you bought an electronic screen to come down in front of your 16:9 screen? Is that so you don't have to worry about masking the side panels or top and bottom?
That's one reason - no masking needed. The other reason is to have a larger 16:9 screen than I would have had with the scope screen, for movies like Avatar etc. I pretty much only watch movies, and about 40% of the discs I have are 16:9. What little HDTV we watch are things like the Winter Olympics and maybe Tour de France, so they look better on a bigger 16:9 screen too. Been using 2 screens for over a a decade. Works great !
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That's one reason - no masking needed. The other reason is to have a larger 16:9 screen than I would have had with the scope screen, for movies like Avatar etc. I pretty much only watch movies, and about 40% of the discs I have are 16:9. What little HDTV we watch are things like the Winter Olympics and maybe Tour de France, so they look better on a bigger 16:9 screen too. Been using 2 screens for over a a decade. Works great !
I just noticed they are both motorized. So what are the size of the screens? I watch a lot of sports in my makeshift theater on a fixed 120" 16:9 screen. I want to go to a 163" AT 2.40:1 screen so can have a bigger 16:9 screen inside of it. Now I would need a anamorphic lens or a projector that has lens shift and motorized lens like an Epson or JVC.

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I just noticed they are both motorized. So what are the size of the screens? I watch a lot of sports in my makeshift theater on a fixed 120" 16:9 screen. I want to go to a 163" AT 2.40:1 screen so can have a bigger 16:9 screen inside of it. Now I would need a anamorphic lens or a projector that has lens shift and motorized lens like an Epson or JVC.
One is a Stewart Luxus Model A ElectriScreen, StudioTek 130 G3 material – 50.2 x 118 x 128.2, diagonal, 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The other is a Stewart Luxus Model A ElectriScreen, Neve 1.1 material – 59.5 x 106 x 122 diagonal, 1.78:1 aspect ratio. I'm out of throw distance ( it's slightly less than 14' ), so I couldn't go much wider than 118" on the scope screen if I wanted to. But sitting under 10' away, it's about perfect the way it is.
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One is a Stewart Luxus Model A ElectriScreen, StudioTek 130 G3 material – 50.2 x 118 x 128.2, diagonal, 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The other is a Stewart Luxus Model A ElectriScreen, Neve 1.1 material – 59.5 x 106 x 122 diagonal, 1.78:1 aspect ratio. I'm out of throw distance ( it's slightly less than 14' ), so I couldn't go much wider than 118" on the scope screen if I wanted to. But sitting under 10' away, it's about perfect the way it is.
Nice they look bigger then that. My room I am building is a little over 25' throw distance isn't as a big a problem. Now height can be since I have a beam or two to get under. Now if I build the room centered between the beams I would have about another 12" to work with and a width of 173" or wider.

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Nice they look bigger then that. My room I am building is a little over 25' throw distance isn't as a big a problem. Now height can be since I have a beam or two to get under. Now if I build the room centered between the beams I would have about another 12" to work with and a width of 173" or wider.
The shape of my room just worked out better the way we did it. Plus, everyone ( 8 - 9 people ) has a front row seat on a 14'+ wide sectional sofa. Works well. I could easily move my seating closer still to the screen. But my wife would not be happy.
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" Alita : Battle Angel " 4K Blu-ray, JVC RS4500 projector, Panamorph Paladin DCR lens, Stewart StudioTek 130 screen, Lumagen Radiance Pro dynamic tone mapping. Just calibrated by Kris Deering.
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Few few more from Alita. Fun movie.
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Alita is both a fun movie and some serious 4K eye candy !







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Having a scope screen and adding a DCR lens for 4K is one of the best things I've done in my theater !







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Looking good, Craig! I just wish Alita had been a better movie overall. And looking at the main actress... there was absolutely no reason to do total Mo-Cap replacement except for those darn eyes. Rosa looks exactly like Alita sans bug eyes. More than likely Cameron was just testing the CG tech for his real love... Avatar.

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Looking good, Craig! I just wish Alita had been a better movie overall. And looking at the main actress... there was absolutely no reason to do total Mo-Cap replacement except for those darn eyes. Rosa looks exactly like Alita sans bug eyes. More than likely Cameron was just testing the CG tech for his real love... Avatar.
We really liked it. All my guests too. I tend to have a sci fi loving crowd over here though. And a sci fi loving wife. Ready Player One and Cloud Atlas are two of her favorite movies !
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We really liked it. All my guests too. I tend to have a sci fi loving crowd over here though. And a sci fi loving wife. Ready Player One and Cloud Atlas are two of her favorite movies !

I'm more of a 2001 kind of guy nowadays as I've grown older. I couldn't get into Cloud Atlas or RP1. Used to be a big Star Wars fan back in the day as a kid, but have slowly soured on the whole thing. The reboot of Battlestar Galactica was fairly interesting until it sort of petered off at the end and got a little metaphysically weird. Had fun with Firefly until Fox killed it off. Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049 are definitely flawed masterpieces.
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