I'm saying this with zero snark and am genuinely curious, I'm not sure how the video doesn't speak for itself. I mentioned it before and I'm being 100 percent legit when I say this, if I'm seeing something the consensus is not please, please let me know, but the video I posted shows the pixel shifting dropping and coming back along with those drops and restarts in perfect sync with the PR
/Actuator noise coming and going plain as day ... at least for me. So I am honestly and truly unsure how you don't see it. Again, if someone else out there besides Sage can corroborate what I am or am not seeing please do. I've had a home theater for almost two decades now and have run through my share of projectors and equipment so I do understand the in's and out's of the equipment I use/purchase, that being said I am not beyond accepting my eyes are playing tricks on me, but I'm a pretty sane person, so being this off with what I'm seeing and hearing would be troubling to me.
As for the video, I've had an extremely exhausting day so I'll try and get a video tomorrow, but I also genuinely curious as to the want for it. As we talked a bit on earlier if we have a fast enough exposure and cherry pick and image we'll just see 1080p, but perceptionaly that is not how pixel shifting works. We see 4K in PS due to what our eyes actually see on the screen. If I shoot between 60-120 fps that is in the ballpark of what we see (debatable, but I think that's reasonable). Once increase the FPS/decrease the shutter we run the risk of going into sync with the pixel shifter (ie: the helicopter that floats in video due to the blades moving at the same frame rate) and I'm not sure how that gives useful data and would probably produce just a jittery image. If my logic is flawed please let me know, this is how I view the situation, again just curious.
I appreciate the offer to forward the videos to Benq, but I've included them in my emails with them so I hope they have it sorted. That begin said I sent a mail Sunday and only have received one response (Tuesday) asking for more info (just serial numbers/mode/source) during the week and haven't received a response since so I hope they resolve the issue soon, not sure if that's good or bad customer service timing wise with Benq.