Originally Posted by kohe321
So just a few tweaks to the current platform and no major changes. A bit of a bummer, but oh well.
It will probably have the new and improved lens as seen on the 5040, which is already an updated version of the lens that is in the LS10000. This together with the newest version of Epson's pixel shift system should result in a bit better overall image quality. Full DCI P3 coverage that can actually be calibrated and mapped is of course a big selling point as well, giving the option to watch SDR UHD's with a HDfury and get the full color gamut is just great. Though, I was hoping that last thing would be added via firmware to the existing LS10000.
The lens is unchanged, they are using the same Fujinon lens as the LS10000.
The Lens in the new lamp based Epsons come from a different manufacturer but Epson deliberately omitted to mention who.
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