|Originally posted by Phil Olson|
The throw distance is the same as your projector, it just expands the width by a third, (1.33x1.33=1.78).
|Originally posted by Chris Satterlee|
I think it might be misleading to say that the the throw distance is the same as your projector. If you want to keep your projector in the same place as it is without the lens, and use the same screen, you will have to be able to zoom (make the image smaller) so that all of the vertical pixels fit on the screen.
|Originally posted by Jason Turk|
The distance will be shorter with the lens than without.
|Originally posted by Huey|
Yeah that is kinda crazy but remember the other advantages of anamorphink lenses: 33% more brightness, less pixelization, smoother image, blah, blah, blah.....
|Originally posted by Tryg|
Jason, are you saying that the lens will make the overall image(vertical) slightly larger than without? or will the vertical stay exactly the same.
if it does slightly change it what is the ratio? 1.02?