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vk2fro

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You cant go wrong with the speaker tripods - they're designed to carry heavy speakers. Once you have a base plate and your projector on there (by base plate I mean 6-20mm thick steel, not a pie tin), its not going anywhere.

If it does, the last thing you'll be worried about is eyes or projector damage. Its going to create far more carnage coming down (smashing through the other lights, as you had it well above peoples heads right?), and creating a mains and laser hazard on the floor when it smashes open in front of Mr and Mrs Jon Doe who happened to be tone deaf and slow danced in time to your dub step :p

Those speaker tripods really have a WIDE stance and are tricky to tip over though. Go get one :)

edit: my S key is borked!
 
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trioxide

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Some photos of my projector outdoors. Granted these are long exposures but it handled things pretty well; would definitely like to try this again.

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And before anyone asks, people were warned to stay well away from the projection zone while it was projecting low. Thanks to my friend Marco for the photos.
 
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hakzaw1

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Nice pics... but the one ending in 614 up there is just awesome!
^^^ that is one AWESOME photo-- must be a burner PJ all that wood is on fire :whistle: tsk tsk...lol

more pics please:angel:

hk:yh:
 

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