No, as Gary says it's just zooming like any other projector with a decent zoom range can do, only it can be done automatically.Does that mean that if you have a 16:9 screen and watch a scope film the Epson will fill the whole screen?
Yeah, that's what I thought it meant (what i was trying to describe above). But of course that means that since the 2.40:1 1080P video only has a vertical resolution of about 810 pixels (as the other 270 pixels are just black top/bottom) then you would be viewing all other aspects scaled down to 810 vertical pixels.I suspect it means if you have 2.40:1 screen it does instantaneous scaling with pillarboxing at sides to make the rest fit in a constant height image.
So did that one have some sort of constant height scaling system in it then?They had the exact same description in the LS10000 brochure:
""Project 2.40, 2.35, 1.85 and 1.78 aspect ratios on the same screen without an anamorphic lens — and no downtime when switching between ratios."
So nothing new I'd say...
So Epson is using the new quality lens developed for the TW9300 in the new LS10500?I'm pretty sure is exactly the same projector as previously but with HDR 10 support added and new HDMI 2.0a inputs. It will be identical to the new TW9300 but with a laser light source rather than a bulb. Not that that's a bad thing, the LS10000 was a great projector.
Which just what I've done this weekIf you can get WCG to the LS10000 (and I think Ricky has had some success there), and I think just send a UHD signal with 4:2:0, 24fps and no HDR you'll be good for a few years and not be missing too much IMHO. It produces a great image.
Agree except a lot of peeps including were hoping for 18Gps and HDR 60Hz so we can play games on this as well and use Desktop environment in its full 4:4:4 10bit glory, this PJ would be perfect for that sort use use given the laser engine.If you can get WCG to the LS10000 (and I think Ricky has had some success there), and I think just send a UHD signal with 4:2:0, 24fps and no HDR you'll be good for a few years and not be missing too much IMHO. It produces a great image.