Vivid Video Mode came in at 3066 lumens, which is still very bright. Photo Srgb Mode produced 3066 lumens as well. Dicom sim mode dropped brightness considerably to 2336. This mode is used for showing monochrome images like Xray, or MRI. The projector has a lamp saving mode known as Quiet Mode, and this drops brightness a bit, but the projector runs quieter, cooler, and the lamp lasts much longer. A recommended mode to be in for standard use. Turn on high brightness when needed.
In the projectors Quiet Mode, with the Standard color setting selected, the projector produced 2890 lumens. A pretty minimal drop in brightness compared to the 3036 lumens in the projectors bright mode. Presentation mode dropped to 4015 lumens. Vivid Video Mode produced 2963 lumens. Photo Srgb Mode came in with a brightness level of 2949. The Dicom sim Mode mentioned above came in at 2029 lumens. Almost all of the settings showed just about a 100 - 200 lumen difference in brightness. Pretty impressive numbers and to the naked eye the image was sharp, and vibrant, and dynamic, in all of the settings.