Optoma HD73 Darkchip 3DLP Home Theater Projector
As you can see above, the HD73 does a very good job of revealing detai in the darkest parts of this scene, notably in the walls on the right and left. The frescos on the wall are vivid, and you can make out the small openings in the wall, although they are not as easily recognizable as on projectors with noticeably better black levels, including the BenQ PE8720, and several of the new 1080p projectors.
Here’s another standard pair of images from Lord of the Rings. The first is normally exposed, the second, overexposed to reveal the shadow detail the camera loses.
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