Optoma HD8200 Projector Review
Shadow Detail Performance
The Optoma HD8200 is very solid in terms of shadow detail, but not one of the very best. You will find projectors that can reveal a little more dark shadow detail, but the HD8200 does a very good job. Consider the train image from Casino Royale, immediately below.
The Dark Knight: Epson Home Cinema 6500UB, Optoma HD8200.
The HD8200, the Epson Home Cinema 6500UB (as you can see, the HD8200 image is a bit brighter, as would be expected, since it is about 6-7% brighter with similar lamp hours on the two projectors, but the Epson had about 250 hours on it (compared to about 20) on the HD8200, so the brightness difference is likely 10%:
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