Yes it does.
gotcha, kris' measurement was 50k iris closed so wasnt sure. whats the light output with the iris closed?Yes it does.
Nigel didn't measure iris closed. I've seen multiple measurements when that projector came out in this forum and it was hitting 100k or over actually in a couple instances.
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of course it will at some point. I am not talking about the RS3000. I was talking about a future replacement. Native on the RS4500 iris open is around 10,000:1. Native iris open on the RS3000 is around 30,000:1. I was talking about one of the future generations, when RS3000 eventually goes to laser. You know at some point, native iris open will get close to 50,000:1.Sorry....i dont think so...
eventually they may be able to translate that contrast to 1% adl + as well, now that would be something... who cares about transit times at 50,000:1 at 1% adl. When you consider that there are peak light output limits for larger screens, contrast becomes king.of course it will at some point. I am not talking about the RS3000. I was talking about a future replacement. Native on the RS4500 iris open is around 10,000:1. Native iris open on the RS3000 is around 30,000:1. I was talking about one of the future generations, when RS3000 eventually goes to laser. You know at some point, native iris open will get close to 50,000:1.
Keeping peak luminance values down isn't just about keeping black levels respectable.
There is some useful info that was presented at the SMPTE conference with respect to the issues of comfort on large high contrast displays. This is particularly important in high end HT settings where rooms can be perfectly black without fear of construction codes getting in the way with safety lighting, fire escape signage, etc...
It is even more important as we are entering a new dawn of extremely high native contrast projection making its way into some exclusive homes (like the Christie Eclipse); and in the home environment doubly so as we don't have the benefit of specially curated DV 100nit grades for Dolby CInema. If you have consumer content being tone mapped automatically there is a high chance of viewer annoyance as the small screen grade + tone mapping results in a very bright result on screen.
i put the meter in the white, i put the meter in the black i divide numbers. 272lux white 0.32lux black. These measurements were all done by professional reviewers and other owners a decade ago I don't know what's being contested. The Samsung A900B measured 900+. My only error was the actual measured contrast in low power as I recalled a measurement that didn't include the screen gain.So you measured 850:1 ANSI in your room did you? Can you run your contrast measurement methdology past us?
So when I talk about my projector should I say that it does almost half a million:1 contrast and thats it? Because thats technically true. No, I would actually tell you 3 things, I would say its 43k:1 iris open, 160k iris -15 iris and 430k dynamic, each of those scenarios has its uses and all are completely valid, I use -10 iris for SDR, my projector is pretty bright, that gives me 50 nits, thats about 90-100k:1 right there.btw, all this hub bub over what i report for the mico, but mike says "nx9 native 100k:1" i say "really?" you say "'yes really, well with the iris closed", i say "at what light output?", u say "why does that matter, 250 lumens."
So I think maybe it does matter more saying the nx9 does 100k but omitting that thats at 250 lumens, moreso than my 1% dynamic being in the 10-15k range. good talk. [-__- ]
I guess this guy has a unicorn then? He does have a Klein meter.LOL WTF? It's been measured several times and is never anywhere near this. Sometimes I think we need to ditch the marketing talk and discuss reality.
i dont understand how thats relevant when i have an oled in the house, are you going to tell me that dilas 100nits white to 0.01 nits black at 1% adl is comparable to oleds pure black? Every time I mention the color performance, pixel response, lack of a color wheel, high ansi contrast, single panel, and uniformity makes for high contrast, highly detailed, dimensional video, and... repeating myself... qualities that lcos and even oled dont possess, the only response is "but my on/off and big screen".did you do this in your room stacked with your Mico at the same time?