Originally Posted by mintchris /forum/post/17320214
Posted in the other thread as well:
I just got confirmation from PP that it will in fact be $1999!!!! How crazy is that?? Also that " the 4000 is superior in every respect to the 3000"
They said they "heard it could be in by the end of the month".
Originally Posted by Kelvin1965S /forum/post/17320067
Just starting to appear on UK dealer's websites now. They are posting £2,399 pre order and £2,499 as 'normal' retail price once launched. Looks like you guys are getting a much better deal than we are, not that I'm in the market myself thankfully.
Originally Posted by CT_Wiebe /forum/post/17321197
jsm88 -- Don't believe the ftL numbers in the PJC's Calculator sheet. They are not always correct, and sometimes not even close (they don't provide a reference to their numbers). Use the Lumen outputs in their review and calculate your own ftL:
Foot-Lamberts = PJ Lumens x Screen Gain / Screen Area (in square feet).
jdoughertyiv -- Read the PJC review: http://www.projectorcentral.com/pana...tor_review.htm . The performance on their 1080p models does not effect the image sharpness as much as on their older models. The version on the AE4000 seems to provide the best of all.
I had an older Panasonic PJ and the smooth-screen worked just fine.