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The lens is motorized. Having motorized focus is a real plus, as with it, you can stand right next to the screen while focusing, to be sure of the absolute sharpest focus. To fill a 100" diagonal (16:9) screen, the front of the JVC projector can be as close as 9 feet 10 inches or as far back as 19 feet 11 inches. That's slightly more than the actual 2:1 ratio claimed.
Of significant importance, and essentially invisible, because they are recessed into the bottom just below the lens, are two small rotating rings. The one on the right is a manual control for the vertical lens shift, and the one on the left, controls the horizontal lens shift.
On the bottom front of the projector are two screw thread adjustable feet. (Two more at the back bottom).
On the top of the JVC RS2 is a vertical band about two inches wide from front to back center. Within this is the control panel, consisting of small buttons and bars, as seen in this image.
From front to back, there are three indicator lights: Warning, Lamp, and Standby/On.
Immediately after those, is the power button (bar). Once to turn on, twice to power down.
The Input button is next for source selection, followed by a video mute button that blanks the screen (labeled HIDE). Next come two buttons side by side, Menu on the left, Exit on the right, followed by the traditional 4 arrow key layout, with a centered Enter button. And that's the control panel!