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Fujifilm FP-Z5000 Short-Throw Projector has a rotating lens to project on the ceiling

The Fujifilm FP-Z5000 Short-Throw Projector gives you the ability to play movies on any wall—or ceiling. This projecting tool has a 360-degree rotating lens that can play content on walls and ceilings. Or you can hang it from the ceiling to play a film on the floor. The world is your oyster with the FP-Z5000 because it gives you up to six different viewing angles. And with a maximum brightness of 5,000 nits, this Fujifilm projector ensures you don’t miss a detail. Plus, you get all the placement flexibility you could want with this gadget because it works at a close distance. In fact, it’ll create a 100-inch display on a wall even if it is just 29 inches away from it. You won’t have to worry about image distortion with this device. Just shift the lens up to 82% vertically and 35% horizontally.

Fujifilm FP-Z5000 Short-Throw Projector has a rotating lens to project on the ceiling
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Max. Brightness
5000 Lumens
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Short Throw
100" @ 75 cm Away
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