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AuthorSubject: Digital Projector suggestions?   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Tim Ernst
Posted on Mon Aug 11, 2003 9:06 PM

I am trying to find a digital projector to show slide programs with - replacing film projectors and a dissolve unit with a laptop and digital projector. The only answers Iím getting elsewhere are ďthis projector will do great Powerpoint presentations!Ē Iím not interested in charts and graphs, but only getting the best possible image on the screen from photographs (both original digital capture and scanned film). Iíll be using a Mac Powerbook G4, and showing the programs in a variety of locations, room sizes and lighting setups in relatively dark rooms. I realize the images on screen wonít match the quality of projected film, but am looking for something that I can live with in the 2-5 grand range. Any ideas on resolution, contrast, and luminance requirements I should look for? One brand do a better job of handling photos than others? Any specific models you can recommend? Is it possible to profile a projector? The programs will be run with some sort of programmed software (with an amplified soundtrack), not simply projected - Iím still looking for the best Mac software too. Any ideas would be most appreciated. Thanks!


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