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either one..am i doing something wrong?
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either one..am i doing something wrong?
yeah maybe I think it goes from -5 to + 5 and defiantly makes a difference on my 120"' screen I will check it tonight and let you know.
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I am a new owner of a 6030 and I have kind of noob question. How do I know when I have 0 lens shift? Is there a detent or something?
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I am a new owner of a 6030 and I have kind of noob question. How do I know when I have 0 lens shift? Is there a detent or something?
When you set up the projector dead center of the screen vertically and horizontally. It really does not matter. You just set up the projector center of screen horizontally and use as little vertical lens shift as you can. Most try to place the lens at the top of the image. Then once you get the image lined up properly with the screen, you are done. The image can't be perfectly rectangular shaped if the projector is not lined up properly.

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Thanks for the feedback. My projector is located in a vented soffit that is basically centered horizontally but may be a little off vertically. My question is how do I know that I'm not applying any lens shift so I can see how far off my location is? It seems like the lens shift wheels were already turned off center when I removed the projector from the box. I would like to make the lens shift 0 and see where the image lines up but I'm not sure how to do that.
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I can't find the ones I wanted, looks better than what these attached pics show. They are still working on cleaning up the lot and we are supposed to close on Friday. Projector is here and the rest of the equipment is filtering in. I think the good pictures are on my IPad. This gives you a good idea of the view. Should be nice to look out an over sized doorwall and see this view.

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Thanks for the feedback. My projector is located in a vented soffit that is basically centered horizontally but may be a little off vertically. My question is how do I know that I'm not applying any lens shift so I can see how far off my location is? It seems like the lens shift wheels were already turned off center when I removed the projector from the box. I would like to make the lens shift 0 and see where the image lines up but I'm not sure how to do that.
If the projector is mounted with the lens above vertical center, you are using vertical lens shift. If the image is perfectly square with your screen, then you will be using the minimum amount of lens shift for that specific setup.

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Thanks for the feedback. My projector is located in a vented soffit that is basically centered horizontally but may be a little off vertically. My question is how do I know that I'm not applying any lens shift so I can see how far off my location is? It seems like the lens shift wheels were already turned off center when I removed the projector from the box. I would like to make the lens shift 0 and see where the image lines up but I'm not sure how to do that.
Project a crosshair pattern - adjust the lens shift until the center of the crosshair is the same distance from the floor/ceiling as the projector lens.
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well after a couple of weeks owning the 6030,i am totally blown away by the picture that this projector puts out.It is absolutley stunning.I feel like the equivelent of a crack addict,putting in movie after movie...i just cant get enough.My wife wants to know when im pemanantly moving into the basement.lol
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well after a couple of weeks owning the 6030,i am totally blown away by the picture that this projector puts out.It is absolutley stunning.I feel like the equivelent of a crack addict,putting in movie after movie...i just cant get enough.My wife wants to know when im pemanantly moving into the basement.lol

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