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Last Edited by dougmwpsu November 29, 2017 at 04:10 PM
According to here, this is a true 4k projector. The chip uses quickly shifting mirrors to display all 8.3 million pixels.
http://www.projectorcentral.com/4...ectors.htm

"The detail resolution produced by the 4K DLP chip is for all practical purposes indistinguishable from pure native 4K, even when examined from very close up. The ultimate test of this is the display of a 4K resolution 1-pixel line test pattern which contains alternating black and white lines that are each one pixel wide. When viewing this test pattern on a projector using the 4K DLP chip, each line is clean and clearly defined, and you see distinct pixel definition when examining it up close."

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It uses the DLP® 0.66 4K UHD DMD, which only has a micromirror of 2716 x 1528. It doubles that to get 8.3M pixels for 4k. It looks like pixel-shifting is used. Its not native 4k.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/4...ectors.htm
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Everything i said is correct except it compares more to the optoma uhd 65

But yeah keep on contributing to the thread with your extremely insightful comments
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it's not pixel shifting, that's a different technology that faux-k projectors used a couple of years ago.

you won't be able to distinguish the difference between this and native 4k, it's identical

the real benefit of 4k isn't resolution, it's WCG and HDR

There's a lot more information here if you want to read.
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-...ector.html

I suspect this is the same as an Optoma UHD 60 because of price and certain specs (like 50ms lag), but haven't read up on it yet so just speculating
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is lens shift something manufacturers no longer put into features?
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I can't find many reviews on this. It has lens shift but only vertical
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I can't find many reviews on this. It has lens shift but only vertical
Projector People have a video review [youtube.com] up. There's also a nice thread [avsforum.com] on AVS forums. Seems to compare nicely with the UHD60.
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Can't comment on this particular model but Vivitek is usually quite solid.

They used to (and probably still do) manufacture equipment for other more known companies and have products all they way up into the pro lineup.
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Ehh, not true 4k. I'll keep waiting. Tech always gets better anyways, along with price.
Can you clarify - looks like native 4k.
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Crazy the kind of picture you can get for less than $2k these days.
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Can you clarify - looks like native 4k.
It uses the DLP® 0.66 4K UHD DMD, which only has a micromirror of 2716 x 1528. It doubles that to get 8.3M pixels for 4k. It looks like pixel-shifting is used. Its not native 4k.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/4...ectors.htm
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It uses the DLP® 0.66 4K UHD DMD, which only has a micromirror of 2716 x 1528. It doubles that to get 8.3M pixels for 4k. It looks like pixel-shifting is used. Its not native 4k.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/4...ectors.htm
Legit, I've always been leary of micromirrors
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It uses the DLP® 0.66 4K UHD DMD, which only has a micromirror of 2716 x 1528. It doubles that to get 8.3M pixels for 4k. It looks like pixel-shifting is used. Its not native 4k.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/4...ectors.htm [projectorcentral.com]
it's not pixel shifting, that's a different technology that faux-k projectors used a couple of years ago.

you won't be able to distinguish the difference between this and native 4k, it's identical

the real benefit of 4k isn't resolution, it's WCG and HDR

There's a lot more information here if you want to read.
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-...ector.html

I suspect this is the same as an Optoma UHD 60 because of price and certain specs (like 50ms lag), but haven't read up on it yet so just speculating
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Can't comment on this particular model but Vivitek is usually quite solid.

They used to (and probably still do) manufacture equipment for other more known companies and have products all they way up into the pro lineup.
agree. i have the vivitek h1186-wt 1080p projector and it's comparable to the benq w1070. well it's actually better because it has a glass lens.

i suspect this 4k projector is very good also, i'm hoping it gets discounted further
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Personally I'd rather have faux 4k on a 110 inch screen than 4k on a 70 inch or less tv.

I really don't think you will see any projectors for less than 1500 with a resolution this nice.
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