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Re: Benq 6110 - mounting projector onto ceiling
You need to navigate to the 'advance' menu and under the 'mirror' setting select 'ceiling front' or 'ceiling rear' depending on whether you are front or rear projecting. It should all be on page 29 of the manual.
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Very fixable - Go to your main menu (using your remote) and navigate to the option to flip the image. This feature is to accommodate projectors mounted upside down to the ceiling. Check your manual under general operation.
Every modern projector that I have seen has a setting that will allow you to flip the image for this.If you purchased it used it was probably configured as a ceiling mount in an upside down orientation or rear projection onto a translucent screen.
(The projection method can be set from the "OPTION2" menu. in a Model LM1 so it should be similar. http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/PTLM1U.PDF
If yours doesn't have this option, then you'll have to use mounts that require the projector to be upside down.
I don't know the model number for your projector, but most projectors are designed to place the image level with the bottom of the projector, which works great for tabletop mounting but not so great for ceiling mounts.
If you're mounted at ceiling height, try turning the projector upside down to see if it places the image in the right place on your screen. If that fixes it, then use the on-screen menus for your projector to flip the image and you should be all set.
Projectors, in general want to project the bottom of the image 1 foot above the lens at a typical range. When mounted upside down, they project the top of the image 1 foot below the center of the lens. If you don't want to turn the projector over, you'll have to change the angle and probably go to the extreme on the keystone correction.