Artograph Super Prism Art Projector
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- Enlarges artwork and small 3-D objects up to 20 times and reduces to 80% with accessory lens
- Super Prism/Prism Table Stand available for vertical desktop projection
- Uses two photo quality 250-watt incandescent bulbs
- Large 7-Inch-by-7-Inch copy area
- 5-year warranty, Made in the USA
- Enlarges artwork and small 3-d objects up to 20 times and reduces to 80-percent with accessory lens
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Top Customer Reviews
It is a little noisier then I would expect it to be, but I don't think it is anything to fuss about. A lot of folks have said it gets real hot and can melt your photograph. I personally haven't placed a photograph on it and only use computer paper and I haven't had any problems and the paper sat on it for a few hours at a time.
The room does have to be fairly dark to use it but I was surprised at how much light can be present and still paint with it. It is very easy to focus. I haven't had any problem with the "gap" in the lens transfer other then I had to print a picture two or three times and size it up. But if you have enough room to work with, you can simply move the projector closer or further away from what your painting and make any picture you have work.
My only complaint, if you want to call it a complaint, is that I wish it was a little brighter when projecting on a black surface. On a white surface, it is very easy to see and paint, but when I do portraits and start from a black surface, it is a little harder to see. I have still painted two portraits with it and it can still easily be done.
The only drawback is the loss of range with the lenses. I would think that the company would have solved this problem by now. That being said, I usually scan my sketches into the computer, so I can offset that problem by adjusting the size of the scan.
This is my third projector and the first time I have had the money to afford a real quality one.
If your going to project on the table you WILL need a different lense than the one that projects on the wall. Again worth it if you have photo's, prints, etc. that you want to draw out. I do photography on the side of my private practice and I have been able to draw out my photo's and then use professional color pencils and shade/color in the photo's. It took me time, I am a better photographer than artist (grin) but this item really did fit the bill for all my needs!
I highly suggest purchasing the stands, or I cannot see how this would be as easy to use. Table projection without a question works best unless you want to do very large prints of something....then go with the wall using the floor stand.
Worth it guys, bottom line. Others do not perform to this level.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am having trouble figuring how to focus and change lens. Guess I'll have to play with it a bit more. Directions should have been more detailed.Published 10 days ago by James F Walsh
Works great. Nice bright image on the wall for tracing a small image onto a large work piece.Published 1 month ago by Richard B.
Great Economical Portable. I can project my own drawings for paintings and correctly place my images which can break you when too much
time is consumed when you do it... Read more
This is better than my old Tracemaster, but not that great. It is a pain focusing the lens and I was disappointed with the clarity of the image until I realized that one of the two... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Painterofdefright
Not to bad. This projector is a bit big and bulky. Makes lots of noise but gets the job done if you are in a dark room and have ample space to put it away from the working surface.Published 3 months ago by Jeorgia
I have an art business, I do fine art in all mediums, I also do framing and offer restorations for collectors in the area. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ann
I have had no problems using this projector. I am very happy with my purchase and highly recommend this for art usage.Published 7 months ago by KC Pink