The Best Art Projector for Tracing Images 2020 Review

The Best Art Projector for Tracing Images 2020 Review.

An art projector is a handy tool for artists of all skill levels. For example, Photorealist painters traditionally used a projector to enlarge and transfer the image from their small photo onto a large canvas

Overview

Creating art isn’t easy. Besides the need to have the perfect environment, an artist also needs the proper tools to create their art. Among the tools they need to create a stunning piece of art, a projector is a front runner.

Why is a projector needed to create art? If you’re an artist, you already know the answer. But for those who don’t know, a projector is vital for displaying digital art.

It’s also used to create interactive art, painting murals and creating optical illusions and animations.

Things such as portability, display size, brightness, and projector-type matter greatly when it comes to buying a projector.

Don’t worry! We’ve cut the work out for you. In today’s article, we’ll be discussing the best projectors for art. While putting together this list, we included the best projectors from all of the price ranges.

The QKK

The QKK is a fairly small projector. It weighs about 3.9 pounds. The makers of the QKK kept portability in mind. That’s why you can use it both indoors and outdoors.

It can also display up to 170 inches at a 5M distance. It’s also pretty bright at 4500 LUX.

The resolution of this projector is also the highest on the market. It supports full HD screening with a 2000:1 contrast ratio and 16:9 aspect ratio.

You can also use it with an iPhone, computer, and TV! Pair that up with the 50,000-hour long lamp life and you’ve got a solid projector.

As for the connectivity, it comes with a double USB port. It allows users to use 2 flash drives at once. If you’re a workaholic, don’t worry about it getting heated! The German WTS 2.0 Cooling System keeps its airflow steady and doesn’t let the projector heat up.

Overall, the QKK (2020) is a value-for-money projector for art. You won’t regret getting this projector if you’re on a budget.

Pros

  • At just 3.9 pounds, it’s a very portable projector.
  • It can display up to 170 inches at a max of 5M distance.
  • The 4500LUX brightness is pretty high.
  • FullHD screening supported.
  • Super durable 50,000-hour lamp life.

Cons

  • Build quality isn’t the best.
  • Not recommended for official PPT presentations.

Viewsonic PA503S

 

If you want something that is a bit more durable and with good features, yet don’t want to spend much, the Viewsonic PA503S would be the ideal choice for you.

Why is it good? It’s popular mainly because of the versatility it brings to the table. This projector is ideal for nearly everyone. It weighs just about 7 pounds.

It comes with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. As far as compatibility goes, you can use it with NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video options.

The performance of this projector is up there with some of the best. You can get up to 300 inches in display size. It can also project from a maximum of 15 feet.

Add 3600 lumens of brightness with that and you’ve got a perfect combination of performance.

The only issue we had with this projector is that the focus adjustment was a bit clunky.

Overall, the Viewsonic PA503S is a great projector for art at a decent price. You should opt for it.

Pros

  • A versatile projector with usability in every aspect.
  • Full HD display resolution.
  • Compatible with NTSC, PAL, SECAM video options.
  • Up to 300 inches display size and a maximum of 15 feet display distance.
  • 3600 lumens of brightness.
  • Reduced Input Latency and 3D Blu-ray Ready HDMI Input included.

Cons

  • Focus adjustment can be a bit of a pain at times.

Benq Mh535fhd

The BenQ MH535FHD is a solid high range projector aimed at professional artists.

Let’s get one thing cleared first. Portability isn’t the best thing about the BenQ MH535FHD.

Though it’s pretty portable at just above 5 pounds, chances are you wouldn’t carry that around with you all the time.

And as for the picture quality, the BenQ MH535FHD delivers visuals at 1080p 3D ready resolution.

One thing most projectors suffer from is slower response time. But with the BenQ, you’ll be getting a pretty fast response time of 10 ms. It’s pretty bright too!

With 3600 Lumens you won’t be facing any kind of shadowing issue. It also has a 10,000-hour lamp life. You can use it for up to 10 years with ease.

This BenQ projector also has a thing called DLP Technology. It produces sharper and crisper images. It also has a 1.2x zoom that makes setting up the projector easier than ever.

Pros

  • Visuals are delivered at 1080p 3D ready resolution.
  • Pretty fast 10ms response rate.
  • The 3600 lumens brightness is more than enough for a lot of artists.
  • The 10,000-hour lamp life guarantees 10 years of usage.
  • DLP Technology produces sharper and crisper images.

Cons

  • Mounting holes aren’t in the right place.
  • The menus aren’t really user-friendly.

 

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