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  • Includes 3-Year Limited Warranty
  • Features DarkChip3 Technology with Vertical Lens Shift and SuperColor RGBRGB Color Wheel

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For those interested. Looks like it's hit 499.99 before on deal. Technically the lowest on CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/ViewSonic-...=pro7827hd
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The HT3050 does not have horizontal lens shift, just 10% vertical lens shift, which is the same amount at the HT2050. The HT3050 is factory calibrated to rec 709, but the HT2050 can reproduce the same rec 709 color after calibration.

The HT3050 has horizontal keystone correction, but you will want to avoid using that.

The HT2150 is the short throw version of the HT2050 projector.

I have the HT2050, it is my first projector and I love it. It is sadly with Benq for cleaning right now. On the bright side Benq customer support is amazing!

All that said, I have never seen the Viewsonic, so I can't compare the two.

I miss my projector. I miss it very much Crying2
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Pretty good deal for a 1080p projector compared to other competitors. Decisions....decisions hmm...
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Better than 2150?
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For those interested. Looks like it's hit 499.99 before on deal. Technically the lowest on CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/ViewSonic-...=pro7827hd
Lol I love when advertisements semi lie. It has lenshift, but its only VERTICAL lens shift. Keystone correction is not the same thing. Still pretty decent deal, I had a different model ViewSonic before, picture was good had no major complaints besides where it occasional would not turn on, had to pull the power cable out wait a few seconds than plug it back in to fix the problem. I learned to live with it since it was a very sporadic issue.
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Better than 2150?
If you're in the market, get the BenQ HT3050. It adheres to the 709 spec, has both vertical / horizontal lens shift, keystone correction, and the quality as a whole is top notch.
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Better than 2150?
Pondering same, is the 2150 worth $200 more.....
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If you're in the market, get the BenQ HT3050. It adheres to the 709 spec, has both vertical / horizontal lens shift, keystone correction, and the quality as a whole is top notch.
No, the HT3050 only has vertical lens shift.
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If you're in the market, get the BenQ HT3050. It adheres to the 709 spec, has both vertical / horizontal lens shift, keystone correction, and the quality as a whole is top notch.
But then you are comparing a 880 dollar projector which is not comparable to this one.
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If you're in the market, get the BenQ HT3050. It adheres to the 709 spec, has both vertical / horizontal lens shift, keystone correction, and the quality as a whole is top notch.
The HT3050 does not have horizontal lens shift, just 10% vertical lens shift, which is the same amount at the HT2050. The HT3050 is factory calibrated to rec 709, but the HT2050 can reproduce the same rec 709 color after calibration.

The HT3050 has horizontal keystone correction, but you will want to avoid using that.

The HT2150 is the short throw version of the HT2050 projector.

I have the HT2050, it is my first projector and I love it. It is sadly with Benq for cleaning right now. On the bright side Benq customer support is amazing!

All that said, I have never seen the Viewsonic, so I can't compare the two.

I miss my projector. I miss it very much Crying2
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Awesome deal, had mine for almost a year now. Same problem as the other guy, it requires a full unplug once every couple of weeks.
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Better than 2150?
Referring to EPson 2150?
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Referring to EPson 2150?
I have the same question..

Any input???
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I have the same question..

Any input???
Did you get epson 2150 from B&H Photo?
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Did you get epson 2150 from B&H Photo?
No, I am planning on getting from bestbuy.
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