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Fit to screen/Keystone (BenQ)

Is there a feature that once I set up my PJ and the screen if it doesn't quite fill the screen or is too large that will allow me to to adjust the image to perfectly fit a PJ screen? Looking between the BenQ HT2050A and the BenQ HT3050. One has both vertical and horizontal keystone the other has just vertical I believe. I watched some videos on keystone which seems to correct image in ways but not sure if this really "fits to screen" or not. If this is not the case, is there a PJ feature that does this that I should be looking for in a PJ?
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Is there a feature that once I set up my PJ and the screen if it doesn't quite fill the screen or is too large that will allow me to to adjust the image to perfectly fit a PJ screen? Looking between the BenQ HT2050A and the BenQ HT3050. One has both vertical and horizontal keystone the other has just vertical I believe. I watched some videos on keystone which seems to correct image in ways but not sure if this really "fits to screen" or not. If this is not the case, is there a PJ feature that does this that I should be looking for in a PJ?

Both projectors have the same lens shift (only vertical) of about 10%.
This feature allows you to move the image up or down to a small degree.

Keystone is software and should be avoided.
Used when projector is at an angle, on the horizontal plane, or sideways.
To avoid having to use keystone the projector needs to be level to the floor and perpendicular to the screen.

Throw range is 1.15 - 1.5, which means that the unit can be placed between 1.15 and 1.5 times the screen length, from the screen.

Both projectors have a zoom of 1.3x, so that's 30%.
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Both projectors have the same lens shift (only vertical) of about 10%.
This feature allows you to move the image up or down to a small degree.

Keystone is software and should be avoided.
Used when projector is at an angle, on the horizontal plane, or sideways.
To avoid having to use keystone the projector needs to be level to the floor and perpendicular to the screen.

Throw range is 1.15 - 1.5, which means that the unit can be placed between 1.15 and 1.5 times the screen length, from the screen.

Both projectors have a zoom of 1.3x, so that's 30%.
Thanks I will be going with the HT2050a then since the 3050 does not really have additional features I need or want (horizontal keystone) and the MHT
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