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This may not be a important function for many but I use lens memory all the time. I'm having a hard time finding a list of projectors that support it other than the various Panasonic models.

I think the Sony VPL-HW50ES supports it and I'd assume other Sony models above that do as well. Not all of them I'm sure.

One other is the Sony VPL-VW600ES but I'd expect a 5 figure projector to have it when a $1,500 projector does.

What other PJ's under $5,000 have Lens memory? I thought of just selling mine and getting the Panasonic 8000 but it seems a few people have had some issues with blooming so I'm looking at other options.
 

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Here's a list of them all. Many models are under $5000.

Sony:

VPL-VW95ES
VPL-VW600ES
VPL-VW500ES
VPL-VW1000ES
VPL-VW1100ES



JVC:

DLA-X30
DLA-X70
DLA-X90
DLA-X35
DLA-X75
DLA-X95
DLA-X500
DLA-X700
DLA-X900

DLA-RS45
DLA-RS55
DLA-RS65
DLA-RS46
DLA-RS56
DLA-RS66
DLA-RS4810
DLA-RS49
DLA-RS4910
DLA-RS57
DLA-RS67
DLA-RS6710


Sharp:

XV-Z30000


Epson:

LS10000
LS9600e

Panasonic (Partial lens memory/CIH as it lacks motorized lens shift - only motorized zoom and focus):

PT-AE4000
PT-AE7000
PT-AE8000

Sim2:

Superlumis
Maybe a couple others
 

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Thanks!
 

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If you don't want to pay the premium just to get lens memories, you can pick up a Panamorph UH480 lens on the used market for ~$1200. This might be a better option if you really want to go 2.35:1. The Panamorph is a great lens, well worth the price for a used one.
 
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