The InFocus IN76 lacks variable lens shift, which, when present, simplifies vertical placement of the projector. This is typical of DLP projectors selling for under $3000. In fact, as all the competing LCD home theater projectors have variable lens shift, this tends to be one of the few real advantages of LCD vs DLP, in this price range.
The 1.3:1 zoom, as mentioned in the Overview, is also limited compared to the 1.5:1, or even 2:1 found on LCD projectors, but is typical or slightly more range than most DLP projectors in this class. As far as placement distance goes, to fill a 100″ diagonal screen, you can place the IN76 as close as 11 feet and as far back as about 13.9 feet. For many people that will allow them to place on a table or ceiling mount in the middle or toward the back of the room, and even on a shelf at the back, if the room isn’t very deep compared to the screen size.
When mounting the projector you will need the projector (actually the center of the lens) to be just slightly above the top of the screen surface. If sitting on a table, the center of lens will be a few inches below the bottom of the screen. This is a common amount of fixed lens shift, that works well for most users.
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