Read dating vpl 2016
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MORE: Sony VPL-VW520ES review Unlike its pixel-popping 4K HDR sibling, the Sony VPL-HW65ES doesn’t grab you by the eyeballs straight from the off.
PRICE ,999 AT A GLANCE Plus Great brightness for the price Dynamic iris control enhances contrast Very good 3D performance Minus Low Lamp Control setting greatly diminishes brightness Manual focus, zoom, and lens shift controls THE VERDICT Thanks to its dynamic iris, Sony’s 1080p projector beams bright images with great contrast and delivers performance so good that you may not care it’s not 4K.In fact, this projector is now the same price as one of our 2015 Award-winners – the VPL-HW55ES – making the bigger-model Sony an even better proposition than before.But in the current technology climate it matters that the VPL-HW65ES projector doesn’t do 4K.It’s that ability to deliver that strong contrast with such ease and subtlety that makes the Sony a truly enticing watch.If we have a criticism, it’s that the picture’s sharpness falters briefly when it plunges into a dark scene.You can pick out the different textures of clothing that the townsfolk of are wearing, right down to ratty sneakers and the fluff on a well-worn jumper.
Even in the stop-motion animated world, there’s a realistic feel to the way the trees, houses and streets look, while the green tinge around the ghosts gives an appropriately unearthly feel., but the Sony displays the various wooden textures and black and grey suits with ease.
Sure, it would be even quicker if it had an automated lens shift system like on the VPL-VW520ES, but the manual process works just fine.
Armed with a THX Optimzer disc, we breezed through the straightforward picture settings, too.
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There’s the inevitable drop in subtlety, but it’s still an enjoyable watch thanks to the Sony’s natural colours and interplay of light and shadows.
Rays of sunshine permeate the shadows without diminishing the intensity of inky deep corners.