But projectors in general and certainly at this price point can't do HDR, so it is just a meaningless spec to try and sell the product. As for 4K, most streamed HD content looks considerably worse that Blu ray due to compression so I don't see how 4K would be any different.there is a lot of HDR streaming content on Netflix and amazon prime and both give better than decent PQ at a very low price point in my opinion
And yet that doesn't say it's not real 4K. The DLP definitely appears to display all of the 4K individual pixels, as output by the source.
Prices change daily.I concur....can't find any at! £1299 (half price)
Artifacts, by definition, are things which were not in the original 4K image, so it's not true to say that it's displaying all of the 4K pixels correctly. How much difference that makes in practice is open to debate though.And yet that doesn't say it's not real 4K. The DLP definitely appears to display all of the 4K individual pixels, as output by the source.
It's just that, in doing so, it appears to create artefacts which- as you note - are probably not visible in most normal circumstances.