you hit one of my issues too. Its very hard to get a decent picture of anything moving.
I keep taking photos and select the few that look ok at the end. Sometimes I dont get any good photos.
The response time of my LCD (iiyama E380S) is 15 or 16mS depending where you read.
I find it superb for games though a friend who plays counterstrike says its not quite as fast as a CRT monitor (He still plays it for hours though
As I'm here I'll pass on the latest findings:
I've used the new Metal Halide bulb for a while now and decided to play with the rear reflector/bulb distances from each other out of curiosity.
From reading on the web, the filament of the bulb should be placed at the focal point of the rear semi sphere reflector. This bulb doesnt have a small filament, it has a rather larger bulbous light source and blocks reflected light a lot more than a filament.
After lowering the reflector to increase the distance between it and the bulb, the result is a brighter picture
I wont try to demonstrate on camera as it auto adjusts for brightness anyway.
So it seems having the bulb a little further from the focal point helps get more light to the screen.
Oh yes, I tried the 3M 1750 OHP's original rear reflector lense which is much smaller than the one bought with the new bulb kit. The result was a noticeable drop in light output. Its worth getting one of those bigger rear reflectors if fitting a MH bulb.
I've just finished playing Chronicles of Riddick and it looks amazing. This project is worth every penny spent