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Quote (Shirley on Jul 31, 2018 12:15 AM):
I am thinking of getting a Panasonic PT AR100U as my old Panasonic has the yellow "burn-in". Does anyone know of the AR100U has inorganic lenses or not?

I would not get any Panasonic at this point as they haven't updated any model in years.

Instead, I would look towards the newer Epson models like the 3100, which has good zoom range and good lens shift for the money and uses the newer panels in it. The 3700 is a brighter version of the same, which may work better depending on your setup and screen size.

Always check your throw distance and offset before purchase and ask questions if you need to.
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There is no reason this should be the way the image looks and it should be dealt with immediately.
[Edited by Shirley on Nov 1, 2018 at 8:27 PM]
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