Summary: PROS: Good Projection. Much brighter than other projectors I have used in the past. Sensible Menu Options. Practical for regular use. CONS: Throw Angle (Height) might be a problem for some. Sometimes a Full HD input using HDMI will clip on the sides (and cannot be corrected by menu adjustment).
They work great in low to moderate light and are plenty bright
J. Luker, Amazon
8 September 2014
Summary: We have three of these in as many conference rooms at my work. They work great in low to moderate light and are plenty bright. It has a pretty long throw, so don't get it if the projector will be close to the projection surface. No complaints here. I think it is priced as it should be.
Summary: We had a portable LCD projector rated at 2000 lumen that was just not bright enough for our (small) conference presentations. This 4K lumen is plenty bright for a "normally" lit room and the picture is very good.
Summary: Personal Experience Great projector. The SH910 can not be beet for the price in my opinion. Picture is sharp. It does need to be mounted 20" above or below the screen, which is be nice to get it up out of the way.
Summary: We use two of these at church. Our budget wouldn't allow for commercial grade projectors, so in doing the spec work I found these to be a suitable alternative. Our auditorium seats about 300 and these have enough output to produce a clear image when projected directly onto the walls that is clearly...
Summary: Personal Experience I took this projector to a mini trade fare at a hotel where the other presenters were using the hotel provided 200 lb Barco for SD powerpoints. I needed to demo a videoconference device at 1080p. This projector looked clearer and as bright as the Barco.
Summary: for everything it listed it is a great projector. simple set up and operation. the only thing i wish it had is the ability to shift it left to right remotely but for what we do, not a big deal just an occasional inconvenience. this is worth the money.
Summary: I have owned this projector for 2 years and it has been my main projector as a professional VJ, playing 2-4 shows per month. It has been thrown in my gear boxes and been carted all around the state, set up outside in less-than-ideal conditions at music festivals, etc.