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Pros: - Super bright. 3,000 lumens means even with the lights on, an 8ft image is VERY readable
- Crisp! 4K is amazingly sharp.
- Colors are vibrant and look accurate making my old projectors seem washed out in comparison
- Easy to use, friendly menu in English is clear and intuitive
Cons: - No carrying bag (this may seem minor, but it's something I've grown accustomed to having included with prior projector purchases.
- No display port interface
Overall Review: Overall, the price point on this projector makes it well worth the investment. If you want your video/movies/presentations super-crisp and clear, you can't beat the quality of a 4K image. To project an image as clear and bright as this for a price <$1,500 is an impressive accomplishment. I've owned BenQ projectors as well as other brands and have always been happy with my BenQ products.
Pros: - 4k (or nearly that)
- Easy of use
Cons: - At the time of this review: 1500 bucks? that's a lot
Overall Review: I got this projector few weeks ago. Its installation was easy. However, the default color settings need to be adjusted to your taste. I had to change the respective color intensities to avoid moire effect and increase the brightness. Some movies might seen darker than others but this could be the tech used to record them also. I remember getting pictures with a normal non digital camera and a digital one having the latter taking darker pictures. I noticed some flickering on scenes with high movement but this could also be the player that sets the projector at 24hz. vertical. Overall I like this projector a lot but be ready to do some homework to tune up it to your own taste. I was able to use 4k at 30hz and according to the player at 60hz, too. Also, get a certified 4k cable.