[Tig] More digital projector questions
Thu Feb 9 11:51:30 GMT 2006
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This 10k$ projector you are talking about is the Sony VPL-VW-100. The
guys at sony (the netherlands) told us that it is based on the Qualia,
but the lamp is about half the strength and there is no interchangable
lens, thus not allowing anamorph projection. Also there is no HD-SDI,
only HDMI/DVI and Component. It is native 1920x1080.
We use it to drive our Baselight suite and calibrate it using the
Filmlight probe. In our mini-cinema (22seats) we use a Sony Qualia
mainly because it has more ansi lumen.
Colorist - Filmmore Amsterdam
Marc Wielage wrote:
>Thanks to oktobor for supporting the TIG
>On 2/6/06 5:20 PM, "Michael Orton" <mike at orton.com> wrote:
>>I?ve read/heard a lot about the JVC 2kHD projector, but I wondered if anyone
>>had comparable experience with the Sony Qualia device?
>The latest word from CES in Las Vegas is that Sony is apparently going to
>close down the entire Qualia division, because their products weren't making
>enough profit. It's too bad, because Qualis was an interesting "statement"
>division, making very cutting edge audio & video products.
>I think there are some parallels between the consumer $30,000 Qualia 004
>projector and some of their comparable 2K/HD industrial/pro units. I
>wouldn't want to trust it for DI, however.
>The latest word in consumer circles is that Sony's new $10K consumer LCOS
>projector (whose model number I can't find on the Sony U.S. consumer
>website) is supposed to be one of the best out there for the money, and is
>getting rave reviews. Some say it's about as good as the Qualia, which I
>think is about 18 months old now.
>--Marc Wielage/Senior Colorist
>Technicolor Creative Services
>NOTE: The comments above are strictly mine, and may not necessarily
>represent those of my employers.
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