Let’s Have A Look At The Optoma LH200 Projector

Let's Have A Look At The Optoma LH200 Projector

Optoma LH200! What a little treat! This Optoma LH200 projector is a compact LED-powered 2,000 lumens model with decent features designed to help with usability and flexibility.

It has an integrated battery for mains-free operation, so a great way or movie nights while camping, etc. I checked out a few clips and trailers via YouTube and it gives great images! Other great extras like Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity are helpful. For around £875 the LH200 is decent value

Measuring 280 x 192 x 57mm and hitting just 2.2kg, it is compact and portable and comes complete with a carry case. Although it’s pretty small it packs a big punch.



Optoma claims 200,000:1 contrast and 30,000 hours of lamp operation. It also has a 3.5mm output jack, which is handy for FireSticks and Chromecasts. Nice to see the two HDMIs too.

It didn’t take very long to set-up and get it up and running. The LED projector is running at full brightness in just a few seconds. It takes you directly to the home menu, where you can switch to your source.

I pushed my Sony Bluray player, MacBook Pro and Nintendo Switch through it. All looked sweet.

The contrast performance is pretty good to be fair. Some darker tones in video playback can look a little washed out and there’s an overall lack of colour saturation and vividness. The fan isn’t too noisy.

The built in speakers are pretty loud, if a little thin. With the battery operation, fast start up times and relative robustness of the LED light, it’s a projector with which you can use almost anywhere, anyplace, anytime.

As a compact and flexible unit that gives a decent DLP experience on the move, the LH200 has a lot going for it.

Thanks to Carina Neighbour.


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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.

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