And you had a decent DLP didn't you pete?Captain Benefit said:Just demoed the Z4 over here in Australia. Very impressive. First thing I noted was the lucious colours on display. Watched some of Ep 3 via progressive component. All very clean, no VB just a great picture. Then switched to Hi-def TV and saw 20 minutes of the Oz v West Indies test match which exhibited no VB, noise or otherwise. A great machine.
Slightly bigger than I expected but I would buy one, thats for sure....
Using the Living preset i have calibrated in - I can guarantee the Sci-fi quality picture in terms of ansi contrast coming from episode III was absolutely amazing.Seadog-Peter said:Interesting comparison. I saw the Z4 2 weeks ago and found the black detail very poor on Star Wars Episode 2 which seems to link with thier comment on its strengths being brighter films. I also noticed shimmer on the edge of objects during panning shots. Now much of this could be down to set up and source as I note a lot of people rave about the Z4 but I could not live with the image particularly as I'm as Sc Fi fan.
Ditto. It is a restful image. I'm so glad I didn't go down the DLP route in error without realising the eyestrain problems it gave me. The fact that the Z4 is so good has more than compensated for my feelings of exclusion from the DLP club!rdundas said:I am finding the Z4 an "EasyWatch", very relaxing, if you know what I mean, compared to the H78 with DC3 that I had on Demo.
Yep. I had the Domino 30H connected to a Pioneer 868 via HDMI which was lovely, aside from the occasional smearing issue with left to right movement, which in my opinion, can be as bad as VB on an LCD once you have seen it.And you had a decent DLP didn't you pete?