|Originally Posted by YONEXSP|
why has no one tried it then, seems to be a lot chaper then coloured C-Elements, or messing with dyes in Liquid solutions
|Originally Posted by Joshua Snyder|
well, I don't know about what you would consider good.... but good enough to make a big difference (and a difference towards better colors) cab be had at a DJ shop for a couple bucks. I have my filter on he out side of the lens at the moment, so it's quite far from the focal plane of the image.
|Originally Posted by k.berger|
Surprisingly - nobody was really interested...
|Originally Posted by KBK|
my understanding (and I could be wrong) is the Mitusbishi 1281 (one on ebay right now)uses.... DICHROIC coated lenes for color correction. Now try and find that lens out there, somewhere. good luck. As I said, this was the information we came arcoss at one time or another. it was never verified, but that is what the literature from Mitsubishi said.
btw,that's a 100khz scanning pj, there. and Mitusbishi tubes is cheap. It's bright, too.
|Originally Posted by Mark_A_W|
Fair go, I don't know what they do, just that they are colour specific, unlike every other 12xx lens (PT-65/HD-8) that I've seen.