Uploaded By

Tiny terrywade

Featured Theater

More Photos

Photo Info

Taken on: June 22, 2019

Uploaded on: July 10, 2019

Exposure: 1/50 sec, f/2.8, ISO 1600

Camera: Canon Canon PowerShot A1300

Size: 404.8 KB

Views: 171

Full EXIF: View all

Digital_zoom_ratio: 0

Aperture_value: 95/32

F_number: 14/5

Focal_plane_y_resolution: 864000/91

Pixel_y_dimension: 1728

Date_time_original: Sat Jun 22 19:08:20 +0000 2019

Y_resolution: 180

Resolution_unit: 2

Focal_plane_resolution_unit: 2

Flash: 16

Ycb_cr_positioning: 2

Focal_length: 5

Date_time_digitized: Sat Jun 22 19:08:20 +0000 2019

Scene_capture_type: 0

Exposure_bias_value: 0

Custom_rendered: 0


Max_aperture_value: 95/32

Iso_speed_ratings: 1600

Exposure_mode: 0

Compressed_bits_per_pixel: 3

Make: Canon

Date_time: Sat Jun 22 19:08:20 +0000 2019

Sensing_method: 2

Color_space: 1

Focal_plane_x_resolution: 1152000/121

Shutter_speed_value: 181/32

Exposure_time: 1/50


White_balance: 0

Model: Canon PowerShot A1300

Pixel_x_dimension: 2304

Metering_mode: 5

X_resolution: 180

License: By


Went to watch Toy Story #4 last week in 3D at the Cinerama Dome Hollywood. As you can see in this sample photo the new laser projectors they just put in are not kind to the bottom right & left DCP screen curve. Things on the bottom of the large screen curve way up. The masking they put in on the bottom does not give the image a nice sharp edge on the bottom corners. The keystone is bad for DCP scope. While the laser picture is clean and bright watching the film on such a nice curved screen was ruined for me. We have been to many large curved screens around the USA and we don’t see this going on as bad as the Dome is now. Check out the Seattle Cinerama Theatre with a larger curved screen and you won’t find this problem on the bottom ends as bad. I think many new curved screen adjust for this problem with a alignment that pulls the image back down on the corners and a lens that helps correct the image?

Unfavorite No one has favorited this photo yet

You must login before making a comment.

New Comment