Optoma PK301 LED Projector Review
Optoma PK301 Lens Throw
The PK301 produces a sufficient size image with the lights out. You must be in a very dark room to produce a vibrant image. 120 inch diagonal image is the widest you can go with the Pico, but generally, due to its brightness, you will have to keep your image size somewhere around 30 inches max diagonal. The min and maximum projection distances are 8 inches and 189 inches. From 189 inches back from the screen you will get the 120 inch diagonal mentioned above. You can however be just 8 inches away from the screen and produce a 5 inch focused image.
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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