Keyser,Originally posted by keyser
I´ve read that the HT1100 suffers more than most DLP´s from temporal dithering. How bad is it on slow vertical pans with PAL material (or NTSC in 48hz mode if the HT1100 has that option)?
I guess that is a bit of a giveaway ....unless of course it really stands for Highly TweakableOriginally posted by buns
The HT1100 is definitely for cinema use...... the name suggests it
Originally posted by buns
nice post! Clearly you know your stuff!
As i said before, without really looking, I havent noticed any of these effects in normal viewing. That said i dont have any other dlp's to compare to. As suggested though, I am nooooo way going to go looking!
I think most people would not see most of the projector artifacts we discuss here, but if you go looking for trouble, you're going to find it with any of the current projector technologies. Especially if you go right up to the screen. I think it best to judge the projector performance from a normal viewing distance, say 1.5x to 2x screen width
I'm very critical of picture quality owing to my background working on films but I can still watch a good movie on a DLP projector and forget about all the artifacts, that is until I see a shot out of focus or a badly lit scene.
You may have to watch your films through the wrong end of a pair of binocularsOriginally posted by buns
Well at least with the actual filming issues im totally ignorant so know none the better!
It looks like im going to be sat at very close viewing ratio..... the only way im going to fit it into the room! Im going to have a 7.5 foot screen from 9 feet viewing! lets hope that doesnt make these artefacts too visible!