|Item Weight||2.35 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.2 x 1.7 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||225-100|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LAFLAP|
Artograph Flare100 Digital Art Projector
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The Flare100 Art Projector is a battery operated projector in a small, portable size that can go anywhere. The Flare100 projects a sharp image from as close as four inches from your surface all the way to mural size. Artists need never be without their art portfolio or client demos with the Flare100 and a flash drive, or using the wireless screen sharing feature with Android devices. The compact size of the Flare100 makes it extremely portable. It features 22 built in projection grids and a 100,000 to 1 contrast ratio. This projector is iPhone, iPad, and Smart Phone compatible. Included are a remote, multi card USB card reader, AC/DC adapter 100 to 240V and a storage bag. Multi-voltage AC/DC adapter (100-240V, 50/60Hz) Rechargeable battery 100 lumen no maintenance LED lamps, 30,000 hours Input Terminals: HDMI, USB Projection range: 4 inches up to 100 inches Two hours battery operation 22 Built in grids for composition and layout Bonus on board geometric shapes and border patterns Image and color controls, color to B/W, image flip/reverse/rotate, keystone correction, color temperature control, edge enhancement, dynamic contrast Full function remote control and Tripod mount connection
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Make sure you find a compatible tripod out there! Seriously. You need it. It SHOULD come with one, seeing how it's damn-near useless without it.
It's plenty powerful enough for smaller, indoor murals. But if you're working outside, get a bigger, more powerful one that can drown out street lamps or lights that mess up your image.
As far as turning it on and learning how to operate it. It's pretty easy for computer literate people and that's most of us. It took me ten minutes and I was up and running. It does have a focus wheel and it works nicley. So yes you have to move your tripod back and forth of its not on a table but I was doing that anyway with the older model artograph. No big deal. The important thing is, does it operate exceptionally well and is it easy to operate. The answer to both questions is yes. It's worth the money and I highly recommend it. Now let's hope there aren't any breakdowns and I'll be really happy!
I am currently painting a watercolor and the pencil drawing was a breeze with this small giant.