Using the BenQ HT3050 at a 45 degree angle
One of the reasons why I bought the HT3050 was because the BenQ website stated that it would allow me to put the projector at an angle and then keystone the image to make it rectangular. That does work, but however, nobody told me about the extra light being projected around the keystoned image. I hope you guys know what I mean. Placing the projector at an angle causes the projected "light" to be trapezoid, and then we can keystone the "image" to be rectangular. So what that gives us is a rectangular keystoned image from my laptop, with a crazy trapezoid overflow of light around the rectangle..
I'm guessing this is normal because there is no way to keystone the projected light, only the image itself. But is there a way to dim the light around the keystoned rectangle image? Or would I just be happier finding a way to place it perpendicular to the wall?
I'm also guessing that if this projector had Horizontal Lens Shift, this wouldn't be a problem.