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Wow, this is a very very nice presentation, I am impressed to say the least! You do not give yourself enough credit for how well you can take screenshots, Bob. The subject matter alone is outstanding.


It is probably a day late and a dollar short now, but what would have been most interesting and informative for me would be screenshots of the dual shootoff you described with your Ampro and HT1000 above and below each other. Do you still have that 3600 on the ceiling by chance?


And were these pictures taken in a totally dark room? Thanks for your effort here, it was a pleasure, very enjoyable to view. That little sucker really does work.
 

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Hmm. Bob likes his digitals now (well, the HT1000), yet refers to its AVS forum as "the inferior projector forum".


I guess we all know where his heart really lies now. :)
 

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Bob, do you know what screen he used? Any close up shots? :)


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Sarcasm was not the right word, spearce. I apologize for that.

"Tongue in Cheek" is more appropriate. :)
 

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Bob,


I've tried to take screenshots but I just can't get my Sony Cybershot to deliver.


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Just make sure the flash is turned off, then point and shoot. Thats all there is to it. And it also helps to hold the camera as still as possible. Try it and you will surely get a satisfactory result.


Here is a screenshot I took from a very cheap digital camera of my low end Barco 800. Its not perfect but it does a good job of showing the picture the way it really looks as it is projected. If I can do it, you should be able to do it:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/attac...610&fullpage=1



And if your camera shot falls short of perfection its no big deal because we are still going to get a lot of info out of it based on the fact that both of your projectors are shot by the same photography at exactly the same moment. Go ahead and give it a try, whats to lose?
 

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Perhaps you could put it on a table under the HT1000?


Whats going to happen to the 3600 now? Is it destined for ebay?
 

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You still haven't told me which you think is Paul Fuller's best work?


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All of his work is brilliant IMO. Very hard for me to rank them because they all look so beautiful to my eyes. You would never find such craftmanship anywhere nowdays.


If I had to choose though, I think I would probably pick your 850. That polorized peacock is something else.
 

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Wish that example was mine. I had three. But none were cherry like that one. Wish I had kept one though.


If any artist was never recognized for his exceptional talent, Fuller had to be it.

His creations were without a doubt the pinnacle of American industrial art.

We'll never see anything like it again.
 

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Thanks for those pics, Tom.

For you CRT guys who never visit the digital forum, Tom is the world's number one fan of the HT1000.


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Yep, HT1000 king!


Nice little toy 5lbs pack it up in it's case and take it over to your friends house.


For CRT I'll turn on the 65H80, both displays are running an equal grayscale.
 
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