Sometimes I see reconditioned projectors on Epson website. We have Epson projectors at the UGA art school, haven’t heard any negatives about them.
Amazon has such a huge resource base, so many choices! From what I have heard, the bulbs are expensive, however I am sure that there are suppliers that may have good prices, perhaps Amazon Smile, where GNSI gets a %. Amazon has such a huge resource base, so many choices!
Also check with Best Buy, B&H on line sites.
Best, “OC” Carlisle
On May 30, 2014, at 4:55 PM, Emily M. Eng <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I was thinking digital projector- but if a document projected is better I'd consider that too. Thanks for clarifying Britt!
> Best Fishes,
> Emily M. Eng
> Science Illustration
>> On May 30, 2014, at 1:39 PM, Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Do you mean an overhead projector (transparencies), a document projector (opaque paper), or a digital projector (digital photos)?
>>> On 5/30/14, 3:54 PM, Emily M. Eng wrote:
>>> Hi SciArt!
>>> I'm interested in purchasing a projector to display my sketches onto
>>> watercolor paper and eliminate the graphite transfer step.
>>> Does anyone have any recommendations on what to get or the resolution
>>> I was hoping to spend less than $500. Thanks in advance!
>>> Best Fishes,
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