Trying out my new HW15... noticed something strange. I ceiling-mounted it with the same bracked I had on my HS-20, and in the same location. However, unlike my HS-20, to fill the screen with the image, this projector has to be aimed not straight ahead but something that looks to be about 10 degrees downwards.
This gives me a non-rectangular image, wider at the bottom. This seems to mean (if I am right) that I will have to use the vertical keystone adjustment. Right? Why didn't I have to do that with the HS-20? Furthermore, I don't want the image to be touched by some puny digital keystone adjuster algorithm, which I would imaging would be going on if I change that setting from 0 to anything else.
Might I venture to ask: WTF?
Or, more precisely, is this a projector for leaving on a coffee table or, more likely, I'm just a noob and should RTFM?
(Oh, one more thing, tagged on like the government does to bills: if I want my image untouched by any internal scaler, which image mode do I put it in? Normal or Full?)
First impressions (have not tried anything yet) -- quiet, blacks are very good, though still not completely black so there is room for improvement but at this point hey, what an upgrade! (in black light-controlled room with low-gain grey screen).