I don't have one on order, but @Steve Withers does.The question is, will you be cancelling your N7 order for this one?
Sorry, I got you two confused. I knew one of you had the N7 on the way. Will be interesting to see how they compare.
Personally, I would still have a projector and I believe there is still quite a bit of life in the technology. We should see better implementations of HDR going forward and resolution bumps could reach 8K in a few years. Laser tech also means more accurate wavelengths of light to play with and longer lifespans. No doubt TVs will also develop and get bigger and we will see modular designs in the near future which would allow you to build large screen walls. Projectors will be around for quite some time to come and any developments for better and bigger images have to be welcomed.Phil you have said in the past that there is something about a projected image that is more 'cinematic' than a TV.
Given the development of TV's now and the increasing screen sizes, if money were no object would you take the Best 88-100 inch Oled TV over the best Projector for a home cinema?
We review the displays as they come when you purchase the unit, so using aftermarket software may give you the flexibility, but for the purposes of our reviews, I want to see these items in the projector and accessible. We can only review what is in front of us so that is why I mention it.Thanks for the review Phil, informative as ever.
You mention the lack of advanced Gamma Editing capability. Does the Sony Image Director software not cover this area or is there some reason it is not suitable for this purpose?
No, the native projectors are all based on the same two chassis and they are both large. The JVC native 4K chassis is also just as large.Is there any sign Phil of smaller footprint 4k projectors?
Went out last month to purchase a Sony 4k but they are massive compared to my Sony
VPL-HW65ES. If there was a smaller version I would purchase tomorrow. Many thanks.