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I need to throw the image 30ft but I only need the standard 8'X6' image size is there optional lens I can use

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  • omri_davies Sep 15, 2010

    if there is an optional lens what is it

  • omri_davies Sep 15, 2010

    I need the throw distance this projector gives me but the image size at that distance needs to be smaller. Is there a lens or other option that will do this for me

  • omri_davies Sep 15, 2010

    I checked it out but it doesn't tell me what model I need

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I think I was helping you earlier, but just in case it was someone else, there is no optional lens for this model. Did you try contacting Dell?

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Hi.
You can throw the image till 3.9ft. ~ 32.8ft.with normal lens itself.But you don't have any optional lens for standard 8\'X6\' image size.There is optional lens but you cant maintain the standard images size of 8\'X6\'.Because of the distance.

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    Natarajan Ramasamy Sep 15, 2010

    Optional lens.F-Stop: F/ 2.4~2.66 or F/ 2.55~2.83

    Focal length, f=18.2~21.8 mm

    1.2X manual Zoom Lens

    Throw ratio =1.6~1.92 wide.

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