I think the value proposition is a very good one. The W has good Creative Frame Interpolation, with some artifacts noticeable on the high setting, but not bad. Moving the setting to 2 adds another small change in perceived detail. Those two settings worked best, I start noticing changes to close-ups on faces and other areas, at the higher settings 3, 4. The iris is generally smooth.
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I think the value proposition is a very good one. The W has good Creative Frame Interpolation, with some artifacts noticeable on the high setting, but not bad. Moving the setting to 2 adds another small change in perceived detail. Those two settings worked best, I start noticing changes to close-ups on faces and other areas, at the higher settings 3, 4.
The iris is generally smooth. I like it. Over lumens calibrated should be able to handle almost any theater. I do imagine that some people who otherwise like this projector may pass because its too bright for many small screens. Plenty more will get to enjoy this projector, especially those who like the DLP look and feel, which includes the natural sharpness of a single chip design, with a good optic.
Gotta love the clarity. All fine projectors, these are my favorites in the price class. The W is a projector I could own, and I barely saw a rainbow thanks to the 6X wheel. Of these, the W excels at natural sharpness, and comes up representable but at the bottom of the pack in terms of black levels.
I like that! Placement flexibility is, I repeat, very good, but all of these others mentioned have more zoom range, and most have a little more lens shift range. The W will work fine for most. Most people should be able to rear shelf mount, with this projector. The iris is handling the underwater scenes smoothly, Sean Connery looks intense. And the interior lights of all the equipment are producing a vivid picture. Looks good to me. I class it with the PT-AEU, in that, I respect that projector as well, but there are others that are, I think a little better overall.
BenQ W7500 Projector
Ease Of Use Value "The BenQ W is a high performance, purpose built home theater projector that combines high calibrated light output with a sharp, detailed image and near-perfect color. Its Cinema mode has the power to light up a " diagonal screen, even after light loss from calibration and installation have been accounted for. Color calibrates easily, resulting in an accurate, well-saturated, well-balanced image. The W has a natural, life-like image, and the projector brings out every scrap of detail in the source material.
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