Summary: Personal Experience I have an AV Rental Company and own 5 of these units. They are perfect for powerpoint or video on large 9x12 foot screens. You can also use them in bright rooms with no problem. Have had great luck with this product. Zack Moore Portland Oregon Problems You can find them used for $400-$500 but be aware they are known for the optics going out if they have been used for long durations over time.You'll notice pinhole spots as you first sign.
Summary: Personal Experience I have 2 of these units and find it to be a very bright and flexible unit.The brightness is awesome! Indoor presentations with lights on for conferences looks great, Outdoor, night time movie on a 9x12 foot screen also look great. I recommend this projector because it outshines alot of newer models. The going price for a used one is $350-$600.
Summary: This is used in a church sanctuary that seats about 300 people. Even with a very well lit stage, the screen on the wall behind the stage is easy to read. It is on it's 3rd bulb and running fine. We have it mounted to a ceiling bracket, so it is upside down and the bulb and air filters are easy to access.
Summary: This projector works perfectly just needed maintinance. I am very satisfied. Estoy muy contento con la compra de este proyector. desde la subasta, precio, entrega y el buen funcionaminento hace la ¡COMPRA PERFECTA!
Summary: I bought this because last year I bought a lens that fits and was outbid on the projector. I like the ANSI lumen rating of 4500. I dislike the projector size which is much bigger than an IN37.
Summary: Personal Experience Great flexible and very bright projector - did a 6x8 foot screen in daylight conditions for an event looked great. remote interface is OK - MENU system is prolly the worse ever - infocus needs to buy a mitsubishi projecter and learn how to design a menu system - I shouldn't have to go 3 deep to find the menu to reverse the picture - ever Problems MENU system is prolly the worse ever - infocus needs to buy a mitsubishi projecter and learn how to design...