I don't know about those ISF guys.. Sometimes it's better to get someone truly familiar with your projector -no ISF bull. For example you won't easily find an ISF guy familiar with G70 industrial grade projectors. They are into consumer projectors. To converge G70s here in Chicago I would try companies leasing and servicing Sony commercial projectors like:
I think it depends on the ISF guy. I myself have been to Sony School for the G70 and G90 (and many other factory schools). It may take an hour to converge the set, but that is just a small part of the set up. There is of course optical and zone e focus, scheimphlug, zone astigmation, geometry, (usually more than one aspect ratio and for different scan rates), and gray scale. It takes me an entire day to do these projectors . Of course, the more I do of a given projector the faster I become. But even the guys that have done dozens can't do a complete job including gray scale in one hour. This isn't getting glasses at Lenscrafters.
[This message has been edited by Gary Merson (edited 06-10-2001).]
It is no Lenscrafters business but it helps when the technician plays the remone like the piano. These guys are on the clock. The more they know about a projector the faster they go and the better they are going to set up your projector, ISF or not. GF.
I and many folks have been using Jim Burn's for years and he is great. He is very busy, so it takes a while to get him over to your house, but he does a great job. He is doing some seminars in the future and is promising goodies for the taking. Highly recommended! He is strong with front projectors.
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