Originally Posted by jbarteli
I got a change to measure my nits for my JVC N5, with 16:9 it measured 116 nits and for 21:9 82 nits. Anyone got the best setting to go with does numbers? I using the latest test build. Thanx.
If you have a 16x9 screen and you're projecting a scope movie onto it, your 116 nits still applies. If you have a separate scope screen that you use that's far bigger, this would be the only way I think you would consider the 21:9 to be half bright. Therefore, I'd just go with the 116 value to start.
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