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Michael Hickl
Film Handler

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From: Littleton, CO USA
Registered: Apr 2013

 - posted 01-03-2014 01:47 PM      Profile for Michael Hickl   Email Michael Hickl   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
We are having problems with 3D 47 Ronin here at my theater where the image seems to ghost during action scenes or darker scenes. In some instances you can actually make out the green and pink color of the polarization. We are running Sony SRX-320 and SRX515 with RealD 3D lenses. It is really noticeable on the 515 in the small theater. I mainly want to know if other theaters are experiencing this same problem with this movie title. I just watched 3D hobbit and it looked fine.

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Dominic Espinosa
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Boulder Creek, CA.
Registered: Jan 2004

 - posted 01-16-2014 04:30 AM      Profile for Dominic Espinosa   Email Dominic Espinosa   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
If you haven't already, you may want to look into your convergence adjustment. Toss up the convergence test pattern and check for alignment. The cyan and yellow lines should line up perfectly across the entire screen.
Typically you might see the right lens flaring out or inward from the left lens at the edges. This can only be adjusted through SRX controller permanently however the super login (if you have access) can make small changes on a per-show basis to get you by.

Also check to see if ghostbuster is enabled/disabled and whether this is correct for the title.

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