With this app, you can easily calculate the throw distance that is required to project an image from a Panasonic professional projector at the desired screen size. For models that allow an optional lens to be selected, the use of the Lens Finder allows the user to calculate which lens is suited to the target screen size, and throw distance. In addition, the Lens List lets you confirm the optional lenses that are compatible with each projector, and the optional lenses that can be commonly used. This tool allows the user to experiment with the various options available to locate the best combination of projector and lens options to meet a specific requirement or special limitation. No login required.
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