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The best sub £1500 projector on the market just look !!!

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Oakleyspatz, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. Oakleyspatz

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    Oh I know I keep harping on about it, but there's nothing like a recommendation when you're searching for a projector and I recommend the Infocus SP4805 one hundred per cent !
    Here are some more screenshots
     

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    Class oakley m8t, seen one in action myself but got greedy and now looking to buy 7200......Could you post any screenshots of LOTR or even better Shindlers list never got to see black and white movies [mainly for rainbow problems]
     
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    These are great pics. Wish I could take some decent pics of mine.
    Can't wait for 3 chip DLP's to come down in price! But by then there's bound to have been some other breakthrough.
    My brother visited tonight to have a look at the TX100. He was totally gob-smacked. I zoomed in to show him how big a 53" plasma would look on the wall, he didn't believe me until I got the tape measure out!
    His plasma aspirations have now disappeared and another TX100 may be appearing in the family!
    PJ's are so cool!
    ...PJ :thumbsup:
     
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    I used my samsung digital camera. I set the camera to night time mode, the exposure to spot metering and placed a piece of card over the flash. That's how the pictures then came out !!
     
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    Yep, for budget DLP there aint anything to compare with the Infocus 4805 and the Optoma H30, Oh and I would guess the new H31 which is just launching.

    MikeD
     

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