I am experiencing a noticeable decrease in lumens in my projector. Took off outer shell and noticed some dust build-up on the internal lenses and mirrors. Are there any other common causes for this, and is there a step-by-step for taking them out and cleaning them?
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At a first guess, i would say you have the video quality settings on the camera too high. These new cameras and video recorders can store very high definition images and at the highest setting a laptop will have trouble playing the footage back without skipping or artifacting.
I would recommend checking the camera settings and lowering the resolution to something more manageable.
On the XF-45, you push the "UP" button and then the "Menu" button and hold both of them for approximately 20 seconds. After that you will see a bunch of numbers in the top left hand corner of the screen. Using the Left and Right arrow keys, move the "Group" number until it reads 111. Then using the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through each lamp (0-3).
If you move the "Group" number to 110, you can see total number of hours that socket has run.