Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector pictures

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Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector
  • Optoma Pico PK101 Pocket Projector

sugob

January 20, 2009, 9:33 pm

Might be interesting on a red-eye flight {i.e. dark} & project onto the seat infront {with headset} ...

Martin Daler

January 21, 2009, 1:16 am

"So why in God's name am I reviewing it?"


so, are you reviewing it in God's name, or in TrustedReview's name? To me it makes a difference.

Darfuria

January 21, 2009, 3:56 am

Can I make a suggestion?





You guys review plenty of cameras - fair enough, some of them come down to this end of the UK so that Cliff can have them, but amongst those of you at the TR office, you must have the odd compact lying around. It'd be great if you could take some test shots of projectors in action and upload pictures, as I've always wanted some sample images of what the projected image looks like.

Gordon394

January 21, 2009, 4:19 am

@Darfuria - you know this would have to be taken in the dark, right? And we wouldn't be able to use any flash photography...


If anyone can get a clear shot amongst us only Cliff or Jay can!!

Mathew White

January 21, 2009, 2:07 pm

6 pages of review for this item and you couldn't squeeze in a snapshot of the projected image on the office wall?! come on, chaps!

Jay Werfalli

January 21, 2009, 5:37 pm

Not that straightforward, but it is possible to take a picture of the projected image in the dark with studio flash, but it'll need to be a longer exposure using a static projected image. However, as we've said in the past, our freelancer (who does not work in our offices) is not commissioned to take photos. That said, we're in the process of getting one in here directly, so if that comes through we'll sort you guys out.

Jaden Cheng

August 11, 2013, 9:36 am

You wrote five pages but you don't even give a picture of the projection?

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