Projectors

Discussion in 'Lenses and Accessories' started by Jessica, Apr 6, 2006.

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  1. Jessica

    Jessica Well-Known Member

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    Have you got a projector?
    They are good apparently for have slide show nights etc, for showing off your photos.

    I was looking at the Epson EMP-760
    * Superior 3LCD technology
    * New ETORL lamp
    * Lightweight: 1.7kg (EMP-750 / EMP-760) and 1.8kg (EMP-765)
    * 802.11g (54Mb) wireless connectivity (EMP-765 only)
    * PC-Free presentation capability (EMP-765 only)
    * Quick start-up and instant power off for on-the-go presentations
    * Password Protect security
    * Lamp life up to 3000 hours
    * Quiet Operation
    * Epson EMP-760 / EMP-765 2500 ANSI lumens

    Its pricey and with these features, I assume its a good one?
     
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    I have never used a projector. I dont really see a use for it, its an expensive slide show tool!
    Great for business's though, I can see it being useful there.

    THat one looks awesome, besides the price :)
     
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    if your going to get oen you want to get one that has high lumens and good contrast so you could also watch movies with it.

    otherwise that is a lot of money just for a slideshow.
     
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    Does the room have to be completely pitch black for it to work properly?
    I imagine any light would just reflect off the screen, therefore unless you have a window-less room its pointless getting a projector?
     
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    no it does not have to be complety pitch black, that is why higher lumen numbers are important. they will have brighter picture and can thus be used in more lit rooms.
     
  6. Jessica

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    I might look at something more affordable.
    Any recommendations on projectors that cost half this amount? :)
     
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