Epson Home Cinema 5010 Home Theater Projector Review
Epson Home Cinema 5010 Projector - Flesh Tones
For comparison, image is the Epson, the Gandalf it, is the Panasonic PT-AE7000. They are several frames apart:
In this case, I have to pick the Epson (above) it just looks a bit more dynamic, and not over the top. Note, the stones of the arch toward the right top, on the Epson have a touch more red, than in the Panasonic. That’s what I am talking about. When actually viewing the scene on the Epson, that red simply is not there, or perhaps so slight that it’s really less than the amount of red on the Panasonic – which is to say, mostly: What red?
Three James Bond images from Casino Royale. Each has a different lighting scenario, the first – full sunlight, the second image; indoor fluorescent, and finally, a night time photo. As one would expect, that causes each image of James Bond – Daniel Craig – to have different looking skin tones.
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