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Keystone correction/lens shift

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by crawf1982, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. crawf1982

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    I am looking to buy either an AE500 or a Z2 when they are available and it looks like my choice will be based on their respective keystone correction/lens shift features.

    I will be able to mount the PJ in the centre of the room at the back but it will have to be right on the ceiling. This puts the PJ at about 8 feet off the ground. My projection screen will be 4 feet high and the botom of it needs to be about 2 feet off the floor.

    This all means that I will have to ajust the projected image by 2 feet vertically to get it where I want it to be.

    Can either of the above models do this without a loss in picture quality?

    Also, I have thought about venting the PJ straight up into the void above the ceiling by means of something similar to a tumble dryer hose. Any comments on this idea would be much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Dave
     

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