|Originally posted by toddalin|
In the past, Don Stewart (of Stewart Screens) noted that it is best to put the projector as far from the screen as the zoom allows. This renders the best color and light uniformity across the screen.
|Originally posted by blitzkreig|
That doesn't make sense. That's like saying the music sounds better with all the sliders at the top on your equalizer. At the middle of the focal range the optics of any lens are neutral (they are ground for this particular spec.) and everything else is less than optimal.