Hi all. This IN76 projector has REALLY caught my attention. I was looking hopefully at the Optoma HD72, but the massive 37% offset puts it out of contention for me
First, I must say, Bob - simply amazing. The amount of information you've offered is just mind blowing...I'm so impressed that I really hope I can buy from Infocus, if only to support the company for which you work!
I'm sorry to ask you yet another question, but I still need to know something about the lens offset to determine if the IN76 will work in my room...so here it is
I know people figured out that the offset is 15.59% for the IN76.
First...is this accurate? Not that I doubt the people here, but I'd really like to here the official lens offset number from the horse's mouth, so to speak
And second - let's say I have the IN76 ceiling mounted (inverted, of course). When I use the zoom, will the top of the image move higher and lower on the wall as the zoom changes, or will the bottom of the image move higher and lower? Or will both the top AND bottom move up and down as the center of the image remains constant?
I'm working with a low-ish ceiling and just need to know if I can make this projector work in my room
Thank you so very much for any reply and for all the replies you've made so far, Bob!