Infocus DLP Super Thin RPTV!

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  1. DaveGTP

    DaveGTP Cinematographer

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    My only concern is there HAS to be a compromise somewhere in there.
     
  3. Scott L

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    Jeez I bet when two people carry this around they hold it flat like a table.
     
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    350:1 contrast ratio?

    not good
     
  5. DaveGTP

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    I didn't see the contrast ratio anywhere in there...where'd you find it?

    Realistically, 350:1 is in low LCD territory...
     
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    Dave:

    Yeah, I have been drooling over this set for the past several months. I may get to take a look at one out in LA in September (if it is out by then) and let you know what I think. At almost $10K it SHOULD be a killer. I know that Infocus is building the same set as a rebadged RCA Selenium series too.

    Parker
     
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    That depends on how it's measured.
     
  8. Kelly Grannell

    Kelly Grannell Second Unit

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    I've seen many 350:1 LCD to look better than 600:1 ratio. Many 800:1 DLP to look better than 1100:1 ratio.

    Just like output power, it depends how they are measured and how much 'fudge' factor is included.
     

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