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Here is information I received (verbatim) directly from Sony as a result of my request for the differences between the 10HT and 11HT:


The VW11HT is a new redesign version of the VW10HT


1. New LCD Panel

2. New Optical Block

3. New Lamp

4. New Electronic Circuit

5. Higher Contrast Level 700:1

6. New DRC-MF (Cinema Motion)

 

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Any word on lens shift or digital keystone corrections. The 10ht required positioning either exactly at the top or bottom of screen. Whats the point of ceiling mounting to get the projector out of the way and then hanging the projector down to match the screen?


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The 11HT is out.


The unit I saw was not impressive. Given the information from Sony, I wonder if the unit I saw was defective. it had a flat look probably as a result of a poor contrast ratio.
 

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You won't see that in the 13HD from Studio Experience, as it is very contrasty. And it has motorized lens shift.


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The 10HT has the digital keystone correction !

my 10HT is inclined (8°) and i use the keystone correction


So i 'm sure sony keep this function on the 11HT


What about the lens shift ?

it allows to change the distance of projection for a same screen ? Right ?

the Sanyo PLV 60 has this function . . .
 

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Originally posted by atari.fr:
What about the lens shift ?

it allows to change the distance of projection for a same screen ? Right ?

the Sanyo PLV 60 has this function . . .
No that's the Zoom.


Lens shift allows moving the image up and down. It's an alternative to the optical keystone correction while the axis of the projector is still perpendicular from the screen.
 

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Nope, I haven't seen the 40t. I think I might like to though.


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Boxlight 38t

Quadscan Elite

Panasonic RP91

RCA DTC-100

Da-Lite 100" 4:3 1.3gain

Studio Experience SE616's

and some other stuff.
 

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you say for the lens Shift:

"No that's the Zoom.


Lens shift allows moving the image up and down. It's an alternative to the optical keystone correction while the axis of the projector is still perpendicular from the screen."


But the Sanyo PLV60 is supposed to have the lens shift, and take a look at it, you'll not see any lens on a rotor like the SIM 2 (seleco): this porjector (sim or selco) has the lens mounting on a rotor !
 
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