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How is the ISCO II attached to the LT150 in a ceiling mounted postion? I have a Peerless mount and I am curious how this works.


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I think you will have to make your own mount for the ISCO II. Unless you can drill holes and mount it directly to the ceiling, some kind of platform will have to be made. With all of the creative people here surely someone can offer a suggestion.


I have that same combination and I built a two shelf system suspended from hooks in the ceiling.
 

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John, you must be a bachealor cause that setup is pretty rad!


Can you tell me the total dimentions of lens and Mount? Also the Aperture diameter of the lens itself?
 

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Tryg, thanks! Girlfriends will go before the system will change (gotta have priorities straight).


I'll try and measure tonight. Both shelves are 36" in length but I'm not sure the depth. The base of the lens to the top of the rail is a little over 9" and from the back of the base to the front is about 6-7". Again, I'll measure the lens aperture tonight.



Not sure about the Panamorph but the ISCO shortens the throw ratio.
 

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More dimensions. All measurements approximations


Height of the rails, 9.5"

Width of entire lens 9.25"

Depth of base 6.5"

Input lens across center 3"

Outer lens 5"
 
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