LED Projector Review – 3M MPro150 Pico Projector
The MPro150 does not include a remote control. Because you will be very close to the projector when presenting your content, usually a remote is not necessary when you use Picos.
3M MPro150 Lens Throw
Images of up to 50 inches are possible from just 42 inches away with the MPro150. This projector does not have a zoom lens so producing the size image you desire is a matter of moving the projector forward and aft until satisfied. As mentioned earlier, once you get to the desired image, a fine focus knob is right next to the lens to get the image looking just right.
Lens Shift & Setup
No lens shift.The image must be aligned by physically moving the projector. Focus is done by rotating the lens once you have achieved your desired image size.
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