Kodak Mini-Projectors (Luma 350, 150, 75) @CE Week 2019


Kodak‘s 3 new mini-projectors use model numbers representing its brightness levels (in lumens). Each model is no bigger than a medium sized hand (or a DVD/Blueray disc). Battery life is approximately 2.5 hours for all of them, and take about an hour to charge up.

They all have touch controls on top that light up and have a USB and HDMI port for input. And you’d be right in thinking that the sound isn’t going to be very loud – so Kodak has kindly provided a 3.5mm jack for plugging in headphones or speakers if you’d like.

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Max projection size

  • Luma 350 – Up to 200″
  • Luma 150 – Up to 150″
  • Luma 75 – Up to 100″

The Luma 350 uses Android OS and lets you install apps from the Google Play store (like Netflix or HBO Go) so you can stream your favorite shows!

Mini tripods are included (sockets are 1/4″-20 threaded), but you can use a lightstand if you have one handy.

More info: https://www.KodakPhotoPlus.com

CE WEEK Event (06/19)
@Jacob Javits Center, New York City


Young is a Jack-of-many-trades. He's lived/worked on several continents for all sorts of companies (and has had his own too.) He meditates with origami and likes coffee, though he really should lay off that stuff.

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