Acer PH530 Home Theater Projector Review
The right image is a similar frame, shot with of the Mitsubishi HC1500. Unfortunately, the level of overexposure isn’t identical (never is), but you can still understand which projector makes it easier to make out these shadow details.
And our final image, the table scene from Aeon Flux (Blu-ray Dvd). The detail of the table surface itself, and the shadows, are good indicators of shadow detail. Look also for the dynamics of the dark colors of the various fruit, and the liquid in the snifter at the lower right.
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