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    Looks very bright. I don't know how much image adjusting went on or if its just that you stuck to quite tight patterns rather than large tunnels and gained brightness that way but it looks fantastic. I take it you played back one of the Pangolin stock shows. It too was very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream beamz View Post
    I actually wasnt being dumb,
    Anyhow I guess I was dumb, that is really impressive for under $500 USD.
    I'm sorry this happend..just a misunderstandment.
    You are not dumb.. you do make funny jokes from time to time.
    Maybe allthatwichis got confused with the joking.

    your explaination cleared that up.
    I do use capital letters to often...

    and thank you for the compliment.
    Now give me my ribs...!!!!!! i hate pizza hawai.... don't care if its worth more!! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by White-Light View Post
    Looks very bright. I don't know how much image adjusting went on or if its just that you stuck to quite tight patterns rather than large tunnels and gained brightness that way but it looks fantastic. I take it you played back one of the Pangolin stock shows. It too was very good.
    Its filmed in a dark room with no image ajustment.
    Its filmed with the new canon 5DmarkII cam.
    The cam uses auto iso ajustments when filming.
    i also noticed that the apperture was wide open on F4, that in combination with a sensitive sensor could explain the brightness.

    But i have to say... it looks almost the same as reallife.
    only the 405 isn't visable in the video's

    The tight patterns are because of the scaneco20's
    they are untuned and not really capable of really big scanangles.
    You get what you pay for.
    I lose alot of 405 on those ECO mirrors.

    I already have a sanpro40 set for my next projector.
    Hopefully i can use them for my next project.
    The extremely small scanpro40 mirrors do worry me. (5mm mirrors)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Now give me my ribs...!!!!!! i hate pizza hawai.... don't care if its worth more!! :-)
    hell no, you got the better deal, you paid me 1,000,000,000 ZWD

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream beamz View Post
    hell no, you got the better deal, you paid me 1,000,000,000 ZWD
    your kidding me right?
    Thats 72 dollars for spare ribs and all i have gotten was a pizza

    you did agree on 90 PLN zlotty...
    later you wanted the zimbabwe dollar...

    your an evil man!!

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    I love the middle video. Great show.

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    Awesome construction job, Anthony!!

    Interested in finishing mine for me?
    RR

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    1979.
    Sweet.....

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    WOW! Great Job Anthony!

    That's a very well constructed projector. I'm sure your enjoying the full potential of your LD2000 now!
    Enjoy!
    Adam

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    Great job there Anthony, its sooooo cute

    As Displaser said, this would make a great studio projector

    Troy
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    Anthony-

    EXCELLENT job! one of the best and "individualistic" builds i have seen!

    some of you guys really amaze me! these are great!

    -Marc
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