||The diagonal size of the image is adjusted manually at the lens.
| Microlens technology
|| In front of the LCD panels of the projectors are micro lenses which have the task to bundle the light and guide it through the transistors so that the loss of light is as low as possible. Based on this technology a much higher Ansi-Lumen value can be achieved with the same lamp.
| Microportable projectors
|| Particularly light digital projectors with a weight of 3 kg. Mostly on DLP basis.
| Microprocessor (slide)
|| A small chip based central unit; the heart of the micro computer and memory coders. A micro processor control offers more ease-of-use and safety.
| Motorised zoom
|| The size of the image diagonal can be adjusted via infrared remote control independent of the location of the projection.
|| Compression standard for the data reduction of moving images. Unlike JPEG only the differences between two successive images are saved.
|| Projection system with multinorm compatibility can project PAL, SECAM and NTSC video images.
|| Muting, some devices also provide muting and dimming.