jvc hd750 lens shift

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  1. tommy83

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    can a jvc hd750 project onto a 2:35:1 screen without an anamorphic lens??
     
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    Why don't you just start one thread and list all the projectors you'd like to know which can project an anamorphic image without a special lens. Just a thought.
     
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    you dont have the answer then!
     
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    Yes:provided the projector is within the zoom range for the size of screen you want to use. You have to use the figures for a 16:9 screen of the same width to see if it will work in your particular room.However, if it won't work with a HD750 (or any of the newer JVCs) then it probably won't work with any other projector since they are amongst the most flexible in this regard.
     
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    A zoom ratio greater than 1.33 ensures that a projector can do both 16:9 and 2.35:1 at the same height, so look for one that has that range and make sure you place it in a position so the zoom facilitates CIH.

    Gary
     

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