HDR stands for high dynamic range, or the range of light and dark tones in your photos. The human eye has a very high dynamic range — which is why we can see details in both shadows and highlights.
Participating projectors included: AWOL LTV-3500, Epson LS800B, Hisense PX1-PRO, LG HU915QB and Samsung LSP9T.
Masters of Ceremonies for the 2022 event is industry expert Philip Jones of Projector Reviews. Phil Jones owns ProjectorReviews.com with his wife, where he brings his extensive expertise and passion for home theater as Technical Editor and Lead Reviewer. Jason Dustal, Engineer with Murideo and ISF Instructor will be leading the calibration team and operations during the Projector Shootouts.
A panel of professional Hollywood video colorists, film finishers, TV reviewers, and video experts has been assembled to judge, evaluate, and vote on all picture quality attributes to determine which projector will be awarded this year’s “King of UST Projectors,” and “King of Long Throw Projectors.” Test patterns and real content will demonstrate elements of picture quality, including contrast, color fidelity, color saturation, and motion resolution.
Be sure to tune in tomorrow at 9 a.m. EST to see who is crowned the King of Long Throw Projectors.