On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 at 11:03:11AM -0500, Mark Dapoz wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2000, Richard Schaetzl wrote:
> > The projecting lens is most important factor for quality projecting,
> > the projectors body is "only" responsible for trouble free work.
> I used to think that too until I got a Leica P2002. I compared the image
> quality of the P2002 with the P150 using the same Super Colorplan P2 lens.
> There is a big difference in the projected image! The colours are just
> more vibrant on the P2002, not quite as harsh. The corner to corner
> sharpness is much better on the P2002, probably due to the fact that the
> slide is positioned more accurately in the vertical plane.
Yes the quality of the condensor-system is an importend part of the optic system
of a slide projector. And the accurancy of justification matters too.
And: Am I right the P150 has a 150W-Bulb vs. 250W in the P2002?
Still dreaming of a 2002.....especailly for the special slide movement......
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