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Old 4th January 2005, 22:02   #1  |  Link
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QXGA Beamer...

Seems I have to rob a bank to get something like this...


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Good grief! Do banks even keep that much money around??? I think you'd have to overthow a small government to pay for something like this.

Note that the price doesn't include the lens...
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Yeah - you'd think for a quarter million dollars, they'd include the lens.
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Wow. Sony makes a projector that does 1920x1080p using 3 LCOS for only about $30k. That JVC is 50% more resolution for 8x the price. I think the Sony would be good enough for me. Oh, and the Sony included a lens, although a replacement was still several $k.
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Personally I don't think the spec is all that good.

A "4:3" resolution of 2048x1536 is okay but I would have preferred "16:9" resolutions myself!

And why is an SDI input module an "optional" item. And all the other inputs "analogue"?


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erm dunn0 if anyone interested but Sony's HS51 is also ground breaking specially in terms of contrast.

edit: SeeMoreDigital, can you give a good reason for 16:9?
I have a 16:9 beamer, but a friend of mine who is about to get one just doesnt seem to see the advantages of a 16:9 format.
Maybe you can gimme some more reasons to convince him.
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