These lenses are in good working condition.
When used with the Christie LX700 projector this lens has a 4.3-6.0:1 throw ratio. If used with the Christie LHD700 the lens will provide a 4.15-5.78:1 throw ratio. This means that the distance between the projector and the screen (throw distance) can be approximately 4.3-6.0:1x the width of the projected image (screen) for the Christie LX700 and 4.15-5.78:1x the width of the projected image (screen) for the Christie LHD700.
(1) 4.3-6.0:1 Zoom Lens
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