Excerpt: 18.1 foot-lamberts. This light output would be impressive for any front projector. What makes it amazing is that I measured 18.1 ft-L on a 7.5-foot-wide (100-inch-diagonal) Grayhawk screen with a 0.9 gain. If you were to use this projector on a 6-foot-wide (82.5-inch-diagonal) Studiotek 130 screen (which has a gain of +1.3), you'd get an almost-blinding 48.6 ft-L.
Conclusion: The InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 is a high performance projector capable of producing a stunning high definition picture. If you have this projector you will want as much HD material as you can get your hands on. The light output and contrast ratio of the ScreenPlay 7200 works incredibly well in rooms that have some ambient light, especially when combined with a quality Stewart FireHawk filmscreen.
Excerpt: In 1986, the year InFocus opened shop, its owners probably never thought that folks would want to use their projectors at home. Back then, projectors meant "slide" and "overhead," not "movie." That was before LCDs and DLPs offered a good, compact alternative -- if you wanted to show a film at home, you had to watch your 25" TV, or one of the mammoth CRT projectors from Kloss or Mitsubishi.
Excerpt: The new InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 changes all that. It lowers the price of an HD2 projector below $10,000. Does it deliver the same level of high-definition quality as more expensive HD2 models? That's the $2000 question.
Excerpt: Vi går vidare i kön med nästa testobjekt som också råkar vara en InFocus. Denna gång i en helt annan prisklass som både ekonomiskt, men framför allt kanske tekniskt, placerar denna nya ScreenPlay-modell bland de stora tungviktarna NEC HT1000 och referensen Marantz VP-12S2. Modellen är alltså tänkt som en storebror till vår nuvarande budgetreferens för DLP; InFocus ScreenPlay 110.