Good evening everyone.
I opened a thread some days ago, asking for a projector for my photographic studio. An user suggested me the Epson 3700 (here in Italy is called TW6700).
He said the LCD is a better technology for brighter rooms, and my studio when I receive clients will be with the lights on, but the projector and the background will be in a less bright part of the studio, far from the windows.
But I saw that the TK800M has a good lumens number, and also is much newer than the Epson 3700.
Do you suggest me to try the Benq, or the LCD technology is most suitable for me, even on a three years old projector?
I will use my 2 meters (6,5 feet) white photographic background as a screen for the projector, positioned at around 4 meters (13 feet) from the screen, because I want to show to my clients my photos and videos on a bigger screen than the pc.
It's also important for me that when I close the studio in the evening, I wanted to watch movies and tv series. Also, I fell in love with the aesthetics of the JMGO 1895S because my studio is built with and industrial vintage style, but I don't know if for me would be usable.
So please, could someone with a kind heart help me to choose among these projectors?
Thanks in advance