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If anyone going to this has House with a Clock in its Walls UHD, this would be a good test. It has great sharpness and HDR effects, but it also has lots of dark scenes that demand good on/off contrast. Often the scenes contain both good HDR elements/highlights and large areas of darkness at the same time. So I'd like to hear which projector is the best at displaying punchy HDR while also maintaining good black levels.
What is the group's feeling regarding the video quality on the NX7/9 when comparing UHD/HDR movies via the physical Blu-Ray versus streaming from iTunes/Vudu with 100Mbps LAN (not WiFi) connection? Is it worth it to save money with the digital code if the audio codec is acceptable and the supplemental features on the disc(s) are unimportant?
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What is the group's feeling regarding the video quality on the NX7/9 when comparing UHD/HDR movies via the physical Blu-Ray versus streaming from iTunes/Vudu with 100Mbps LAN (not WiFi) connection? Is it worth it to save money with the digital code if the audio codec is acceptable and the supplemental features on the disc(s) are unimportant?
There is no comparison.

UHD/HDR Disk Format is a vastly better.

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Official JVC RS3000/NX9 - JVC RS2000/NX7/N7 - JVC RS1000/NX5/N5 - Owners Thread

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What is the group's feeling regarding the video quality on the NX7/9 when comparing UHD/HDR movies via the physical Blu-Ray versus streaming from iTunes/Vudu with 100Mbps LAN (not WiFi) connection? Is it worth it to save money with the digital code if the audio codec is acceptable and the supplemental features on the disc(s) are unimportant?


Agree.

I watched Guardians of the Galaxy on Netflix and was having trouble with the dialog bass effects etc... Then I brought out my Bluray rip (both played through Shield) and the difference was night and day.

Also the image was not sharp enough and lot of compression artifacts

I would continue to buy and rip full BD for the foreseeable future. Compressed streaming just doesn't cut it.




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Now another issue...

What is this?

This is from tonight's viewing of WIDOWS in 4k.

See the shadow on the edge of the woman's face?

I am hoping it is an anomaly in the transfer. I have never seen this problem anywhere else in the film or anywhere else.

The scene is about 10-15 minutes into the film.
It's in the transfer here as well on my monitor.
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Screen for nx7

Looking to get an nx7 and trying to figure out the best screen option. I contacted Stewart and they recommended the Firehawk zero edge balon screen for my situation - some ambient light during the day but I have blackout curtains if needed (gets pretty dark). Thoughts on these screens with this projector? Its a pretty big purchase and want to make sure it would be getting the most for my $.
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Come tomorrow we will be testing the N7 NX9 against the Z1 and the previous gen. Good times
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As Im very new to using HDR 4K films, I need some help with my NX9 please.
I never in the past used 4K films on my X9900 as it was too difficult getting it right, however the NX9 is a different story.
However Im not sure how to set the screen size for HDR, can someone help me please... Nigel


I have a Stewart Studio Tek 130 microperf curved scope screen of 145" diag. I use an Isco IIIL lens on a cineslide.
I have heaps of light on low lamp for SD material, HDR on high lamp is fine but I feel I need it a bit brighter for HDR.

I see the manual gives advice for setting screen sizes with gain for HDR, but I dont quite understand this due to not being up with the HDR side of things.
Nigel this might be a good point in the start of the thread for those like us....

The manual states the default settings for auto tone mapping are set for 90 to 120" screens with a gain of 1.0
My screen is 145" with a gain of 1.3, I really dont know what to adjust or how to adjust for size.

Is it just Picture Tone we move for a larger screen or do we also have to adjust dark/bright levels?
The manual also has settings for Tone, dark/bright levels for setting gamma when clipping point is 400, 1000, 2000, 4000nits, do I set for this or just leave it?

Sorry for the dumb question but Im a newbee to HDR....

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Looking to get an nx7 and trying to figure out the best screen option. I contacted Stewart and they recommended the Firehawk zero edge balon screen for my situation - some ambient light during the day but I have blackout curtains if needed (gets pretty dark). Thoughts on these screens with this projector? Its a pretty big purchase and want to make sure it would be getting the most for my $.
You doing scope or 16:9?
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As Im very new to using HDR 4K films, I need some help with my NX9 please.
I never in the past used 4K films on my X9900 as it was too difficult getting it right, however the NX9 is a different story.
However Im not sure how to set the screen size for HDR, can someone help me please... Nigel


I have a Stewart Studio Tek 130 microperf curved scope screen of 145" diag. I use an Isco IIIL lens on a cineslide.
I have heaps of light on low lamp for SD material, HDR on high lamp is fine but I feel I need it a bit brighter for HDR.

I see the manual gives advice for setting screen sizes with gain for HDR, but I dont quite understand this due to not being up with the HDR side of things.
Nigel this might be a good point in the start of the thread for those like us....

The manual states the default settings for auto tone mapping are set for 90 to 120" screens with a gain of 1.0
My screen is 145" with a gain of 1.3, I really dont know what to adjust or how to adjust for size.

Is it just Picture Tone we move for a larger screen or do we also have to adjust dark/bright levels?
The manual also has settings for Tone, dark/bright levels for setting gamma when clipping point is 400, 1000, 2000, 4000nits, do I set for this or just leave it?

Sorry for the dumb question but Im a newbee to HDR....
Just looking at the menu settings it looks like the mapping level would be what you would want to adjust for the overall screen size.

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Just looking at the menu settings it looks like the mapping level would be what you would want to adjust for the overall screen size.
I tried that but thought the image lost some blacks and tended to look a little washed out

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I was wondering if any of the new JVC owners have a copy of the Imax Enhanced Beautiful Planet. The disk has lots of deep black sequences that might be nice to compare on these new models. The images are reference quality in my opinion.
It is also one of the first disks with Imax enhance sound which Dennon & Marantz just issues firmware updates for a few of their receivers.

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You doing scope or 16:9?
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I tried that but thought the image lost some blacks and tended to look a little washed out
You may need to adjust brightness or change the gamma used. Unless I'm mistaken the other controls (Picture tone, dark level, bright level) will change with auto tone mapping enabled on a per title basis. Which is why the mapping level seems like it should be what you would use to compensate for screen sizing. If it doesn't appear dim in titles with metadata (don't use Disney) then it's probably fine where it is (though I would think you would need to adjust it some as it doesn't seem like the gain would offset the size difference).

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This is not an issue with your projector, it's actually encoded in the movie that way. I have the bluray but it's the same. Here is a screen capture of playback (not a photo of the way my projector shows it, but an actual screen capture of the image playing at the source).
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Just out of curiosity and probably a stupid question, but how do you do a screen capture?

Also, I must say that as good as these projectors are, whenever you or Javs or others have posted screen capture photos, the projected images mostly come up lacking in comparison.

Note the grain in her face, the haloing on her collar and shoulders.

Maybe Ronald Epstein's projector hasn't been calibrated, but his image looks pretty rough compared to the screen capture.
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Just out of curiosity and probably a stupid question, but how do you do a screen capture?

Also, I must say that as good as these projectors are, whenever you or Javs or others have posted screen capture photos, the projected images mostly come up lacking in comparison.

Note the grain in her face, the haloing on her collar and shoulders.

Maybe Ronald Epstein's projector hasn't been calibrated, but his image looks pretty rough compared to the screen capture.
Taking a frame capture from a program does not involve a camera. Most people aren't capturing projected images with calibrated professional camera. So that introduces a lot of potential for differences that aren't necessarily there.

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We will have to see how accurate the lens memory is. Has to be nearly perfect, for it to work on a Zero Edge scope screen.
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Taking a frame capture from a program does not involve a camera. Most people aren't capturing projected images with calibrated professional camera. So that introduces a lot of potential for differences that aren't necessarily there.
How does one calibrate a camera?? Are you talking about white balance? How would u calibrate a camera's sensor for color etc?

You can calibrate your display device /printer etc but never heard of calibrating the camera itself. I have been shooting on a prosumer level since over 15 yrs now and dont know anything about camera calibration (lens calibration yes/ white balance setting yes but not color calibration).

If you have any resources that can provide more details it would be greatly appreciated.
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How does one calibrate a camera?? Are you talking about white balance? How would u calibrate a camera's sensor for color etc?

You can calibrate your display device /printer etc but never heard of calibrating the camera itself. I have been shooting on a prosumer level since over 15 yrs now and dont know anything about camera calibration (lens calibration yes/ white balance setting yes but not color calibration).

If you have any resources that can provide more details it would be greatly appreciated.
Get more accurate color with camera calibration


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haha I wish it was true though. He is not calibrating the camera , but the output he is calibrating the output and creating a custom color profile to his liking. A working semi/professional camera wont give you inaccurate colors.

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Working as a travel photographer, I tend to make a custom profile for each location area. So if I am shooting in the Himalayan region of Ladakh in India, I'll create a profile, and if on the same trip I were to head to a completely different area, such as the lush state of Kerala in the South of India, then I would repeat the process."

if all he was doing was trying to achieve perfect colors he wouldn't need a different custom profile per location. In essence you dont need to calibrate a camera to see red differently in your bathroom vs your kitchen.

Also those color profiles only apply to JPEG outputs, if you are shooting RAW it doesnt matter really what profile is on your camera as long as your display is calibrated.
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So the serial number 064400XX is a Jan Manufacture date. Mine shipped today and has the same 064400XX
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haha I wish it was true though. He is not calibrating the camera , but the output he is calibrating the output and creating a custom color profile to his liking. A working semi/professional camera wont give you inaccurate colors.

Excerpt from the article:
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Working as a travel photographer, I tend to make a custom profile for each location area. So if I am shooting in the Himalayan region of Ladakh in India, I'll create a profile, and if on the same trip I were to head to a completely different area, such as the lush state of Kerala in the South of India, then I would repeat the process."

if all he was doing was trying to achieve perfect colors he wouldn't need a different custom profile per location. In essence you dont need to calibrate a camera to see red differently in your bathroom vs your kitchen.

Also those color profiles only apply to JPEG outputs, if you are shooting RAW it doesnt matter really what profile is on your camera as long as your display is calibrated.
Well that kinda is calibrating... in the same way as creating a custom color profile for a projector would be part of the calibration process

But yes this is irrelevant if you shoot and export as RAW

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So the serial number 064400XX is a Jan Manufacture date. Mine shipped today and has the same 064400XX
Yes and given my JVC RS3000/NX9 is an early October 2018 build bordering on pre-production unit it will be interesting to see what are the comparative performances

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Just out of curiosity and probably a stupid question, but how do you do a screen capture?

Also, I must say that as good as these projectors are, whenever you or Javs or others have posted screen capture photos, the projected images mostly come up lacking in comparison.

Note the grain in her face, the haloing on her collar and shoulders.

Maybe Ronald Epstein's projector hasn't been calibrated, but his image looks pretty rough compared to the screen capture.
I played the video on my pc full screen, pressed alt+print screen, pasted the clipboard into photoshop and saved as .jpg.

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Yes and given my JVC RS3000/NX9 is an early October 2018 build bordering on pre-production unit it will be interesting to see what are the comparative performances

My prediction is that the NX9 and N7 are extremely close in comparison and performance and one just expects a lot more out of an NX9 due to the price difference.

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I was wondering if any of the new JVC owners have a copy of the Imax Enhanced Beautiful Planet. The disk has lots of deep black sequences that might be nice to compare on these new models. The images are reference quality in my opinion.
It is also one of the first disks with Imax enhance sound which Dennon & Marantz just issues firmware updates for a few of their receivers.

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I have this title and can provide some feedback once I get the RS2000 set up, hopefully over the weekend. It looked great on the RS600 in the velvet pit.
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Thanks for sharing the images. Can you please check if the grey color ring is a magnetic metal if possible?

I would like to build a custom magnetic lens cover for easy removal so I dont gather dust on the lens when its not in use.

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I have this title and can provide some feedback once I get the RS2000 set up, hopefully over the weekend. It looked great on the RS600 in the velvet pit.
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So the serial number 064400XX is a Jan Manufacture date. Mine shipped today and has the same 064400XX
Interestingly, the build date doesn't appear in that form anywhere on the JVC carton for my DLA-NX7BK (US).
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Thanks for sharing the images. Can you please check if the grey color ring is a magnetic metal if possible?

I would like to build a custom magnetic lens cover for easy removal so I dont gather dust on the lens when its not in use.

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Not magnetic.
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