200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Anyone have experience with outdoor projectors and screens?   In need of a large size for a possible drive in setup.  I see blow up ones, ones on stands, etc.   Also on projectors. I guess 3000 (or more) lumen is better.  Just 100s of variables and prices and sizes.  Just wondered if anyone here has used them.

#1 in the 223B club
Gatlinburg, TN

I have 2 Epsons that I use in my Halloween display. The more lumens the brighter the pic and the less absolutely dark you need it to be. I use white spandex material that we bought by the yard online. works really well and it’s a lot cheaper than projection material. When buying a projector remember to keep in mind how big a picture you want and how far the projector will be from the screen. I’ve never had mine that large and don’t remember how large they can go. I use it mostly to project faces on my singing pumpkins and movie night in the backyard where I hang the spandex between the legs of a 10x10 easy up.check out Hauntforum, Halloweenforum, or Haunters hangout you can find plenty of info there.

Mil-SpecOps #0219
Stovie and Damn proud of it

”life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome!” Isaac Asimov 
 In my defense I was a little drunk and was left unattended!

Been several years since I've played with them, and that was for an indoor theater system we had... Maybe 5ft tall and close to 10ft wide... Maybe 4x8.. been a few years now. The bigger you go the more light output you'll want... I'm sure the technology has advanced a lot since I played with it..
Now that I'm thinking about it, it's been nearly ten years.. Geez time flies. Hopefully someone has more up to date info to help you with specifics
Toby Garner
ICCC #1939

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