|Originally posted by Tony Costanza|
"With the ISCO II you LOSE 25% of your throw distance. Just recalculate at 75% and yes, you have to move it given the same screen size. "
I get very confuse when I see messages that indicate a change in distance when comparing Isco vs Panny without giving all the before and after data.
I am contempating a DLA projector and an ISCO II lens. My understanding is that if I zoom my picture, sans Isco, so that it fits the height of the 16:9 screen there are no futher or minor adjustments to be made. Is this correct?
In my proposed situation, I should be able to use the zoom so that I can use the Panny or Isco from the same projection distance.
I would appreciate a confirmation before I buy all this equipment.
|it blocks the IR reciever on the front of my G15 so I have to aim carefully around the lens to focus or zoom the FPTV|