all the 4k problems compound when you start looking at cameras
About the only "consumer" grade 4K projector is the Sony. Fine projector. I'm holding out for other real 4K projectors that are less than $10k. Ideally, less than $5k. Hopefully, in the next 2-3 years that will be a reality.
If the OP is going to drop $50k+ on a projector, I'd hope he'd do his own research to make sure the throw ratio and such meet his needs and not ask on a tech forum where, let's be honest, most people don't know squat about 4K, as evidence by the "nobody needs 4K" rants.
You do bring up some good questions in your other post though. With the limited information given by the OP, we can really only give a limited answer.
There are far too many variables. If you need some real help, I'd suggest you go over to the AVSForums.
Some things to think about:
1. Do you have or plan to have an anamorphic lens?
2. Do you need/want auto zooming for different aspect ratios (or do you have an auto-masking screen)?
3. Is your room light or dark? Do you need more or less lumens?
4. How big is your screen? (see above for lumens requirement)
5. Do you need scaling on the projector (or do you have an external scalar) ?
6. Do you need calibration on the projector or do you have an external calibration source (like a Lumagen)?
7, etc.. etc.. etc..
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