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Part Number: DLPDLCR4710EVM-G2
Our optical set up requires that we use the projector without its own projection lens. However, we noticed vertical color fringes on the DMD (picture attached). Anyone else has this issue or knows a workaround? It happens even in monochrome- the fringes are then light and dark bands of the same color.
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
Hi Kyle, yeah the projection was correct before removing the optics.
In reply to Cherlyn Ng:
In reply to Navneet Singh:
Hi Navneet, we did not remove the prism. Here are photos of our set up. Thanks! -cher
In reply to Vivek Thakur:
Hi Vivek, thanks for replying.
1. There were color fringes even when we simply projected onto a white screen and looked with our naked eyes without a camera.
2. We could see in full grayscale, so it was't just flat and off states light.
Besides, we found (with another DMD) that putting a diffuser in the illumination path before the DMD removes the fringes. Is there any way to do the same for this projector?
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