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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #105 on: November 21, 2019, 06:37:23 AM »
I'm sure JVC has factored in for this type of switching. The older eshift models had a similar filter that would engage and disengage too and I haven't heard a single person say the filter mechanism has failed.
That’s good to know cheers 

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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #106 on: November 21, 2019, 07:22:37 AM »
On another this happens only on that masciola disc HDR 10 using dynamic contrast - what is that green spots - lights ??

Not sure why photo uploads sideways

Setup is aperture 0 auto 2 Frame by Frame. Ive tried manual Aperture I’ve tried static tone mapping still there on dynamic contrast.
If you edit the original photo ( crop a tiny bit maybe ) and save it, it won't turn sideways ( use the copy ). Just FYI. 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #107 on: November 21, 2019, 07:25:47 AM »
If you edit the original photo ( crop a tiny bit maybe ) and save it, it won't turn sideways ( use the copy ). Just FYI.
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it looks as it’s reflecting. But normal movie watching nothing

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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #108 on: November 21, 2019, 12:08:06 PM »
 Then there's the lens. It's not as sharp as I thought it was going to be against my RS2000, but I guess that shows you how good the 65mm lens is on the RS2000, but overall there's much more clarity to the image on the NX9.
There seems to be a large variation in the lens on the NX9 ... i have had 3 samples and they all had variations. The first unit had the sharpest lens, the last (3rd / newest unit)   had the worst lens.

I had an N5 that actually had a better/sharper lens than the last sample NX9 i had..

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #109 on: November 21, 2019, 12:49:35 PM »
There seems to be a large variation in the lens on the NX9 ... i have had 3 samples and they all had variations. The first unit had the sharpest lens, the last (3rd / newest unit)  had the worst lens.

I had an N5 that actually had a better/sharper lens than the last sample NX9 i had..
I've had 4 different RS2000's here. All of them varied a bit in lens sharpness. The one I currently own is the best out of the bunch and the same can be said about convergence. The lens in the NX9 I have is even better than my RS2000. It's not as apparent as I thought it was going to be though. 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #110 on: November 21, 2019, 02:30:58 PM »
Hi all 
That pic I posted not sure as to why it’s happening on that particular disc HDR 10 on dynamic contrast Selection but watching a film I don’t see it.. Is seems to be reflecting. Is it a fault or just an issue with that disc? 

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #111 on: November 21, 2019, 02:38:55 PM »
Hi all
That pic I posted not sure as to why it’s happening on that particular disc HDR 10 on dynamic contrast Selection but watching a film I don’t see it.. Is seems to be reflecting. Is it a fault or just an issue with that disc?
It looks to be an internal reflection inside the light engine. When an iris closes down in a projector's lens, it can force a lot of light back into the projector (because the light is hitting the back side of the iris and sending it back into the light engine) and cause issues like you see in that photo. It's not a "fault" per say, but rather how optics/irises work on a projector, especially when it's as bright as the RS3000.
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #112 on: November 21, 2019, 02:51:04 PM »
It looks to be an internal reflection inside the light engine. When an iris closes down in a projector's lens, it can force a lot of light back into the projector (because the light is hitting the back side of the iris and sending it back into the light engine) and cause issues like you see in that photo. It's not a "fault" per say, but rather how optics/irises work on a projector, especially when it's as bright as the RS3000.
Thank you. The projector is projecting on a 117” 2:37:1 Stewart Studio tech G3 1.3 Gain Scope Screen but when it’s in 16:9 mode ( which that was the case ) if I recall it’s at 92” or  96” . 

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #113 on: November 21, 2019, 02:57:19 PM »
Are the NX9 owners using auto 2 or on manual for the aperture ? Ive now left the Aperture on 0 but on manual. 

Any tips or recommendations on preferred settings ?

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #114 on: November 25, 2019, 08:01:31 AM »
It looks to be an internal reflection inside the light engine. When an iris closes down in a projector's lens, it can force a lot of light back into the projector (because the light is hitting the back side of the iris and sending it back into the light engine) and cause issues like you see in that photo. It's not a "fault" per say, but rather how optics/irises work on a projector, especially when it's as bright as the RS3000.
I found out the cause. It’s because I put the JVC on my mid shelf in my room ( long story as to why it’s their ). One I placed it high in my back room the reflection was gone.

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #115 on: November 25, 2019, 08:32:22 AM »
I found out the cause. It’s because I put the JVC on my mid shelf in my room ( long story as to why it’s their ). One I placed it high in my back room the reflection was gone.
Great to hear. My guess is the angle of the light leaving the lens has changed and removed the artifact.
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #116 on: November 25, 2019, 10:49:17 AM »
Are the NX9 owners using auto 2 or on manual for the aperture ? Ive now left the Aperture on 0 but on manual.

Any tips or recommendations on preferred settings ?
You are running extremely bright. Especially on  the 92" image. You need to close down the manual iris quite a bit. 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #117 on: November 25, 2019, 02:52:56 PM »
You are running extremely bright. Especially on  the 92" image. You need to close down the manual iris quite a bit.
Close it to what level mike ? And when zooming to 117” at 0 is it still too bright ?


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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #118 on: November 25, 2019, 03:58:14 PM »
Close it to what level mike ? And when zooming to 117” at 0 is it still too bright ?


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Are you in high lamp or low? What is your throw distance to your 117" diagonal 1.3 gain 2.37 screen. I listed the screen info, so I have it all in one place. :) 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #119 on: November 25, 2019, 05:17:36 PM »
Are you in high lamp or low? What is your throw distance to your 117" diagonal 1.3 gain 2.37 screen. I listed the screen info, so I have it all in one place. :)
It’s around 5.1m if it’s in the back room ( projector room ). Low lamp mode.

If I put in shelf in room ( mid way ) it’s 4.40m 
Thank you mike :) 

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