KODAK Luma 150

Portable Wireless Projector Support
Frequently Asked Questions


What makes the Kodak Luma 150 unique?

The Kodak Luma 150 is ideal for meetings, presentations, personal use and beyond, with DLP technology, simple touch controls, and compatibility with most devices. View slides, photos, or videos on a screen up to 100” (60”-80” optimal) with a playtime of up to 2.5 hours.

Will it play all videos in 1080p?

All videos will play in the projector’s native resolution, 640 x 360. So, while the projector does support 1080p video formats, those videos will be scaled to the res. output.

Is the Kodak Luma 150 compatible with a tripod?

Yes, absolutely! The Kodak Luma 150 features threading for a standard ¼" tripod mount on the bottom, so you can easily mount your projector for steady viewing on a projector screen, wall, or any flat surface.

What types of sources are supported?

The Kodak Luma 150 supports files from microSD cards, USB or HDMI ports. Other video inputs (e.g., DVI, Display, etc.) will need an adapter (not included). You can also connect compatible devices wirelessly via Airplay or Miracast and mirror your screen.

How do I connect my Kodak Luma 150 to Wi-Fi?

The Kodak Luma 150 has Wi-Fi capability, so you can easily mirror your screen from compatible devices. To mirror your screen via Wi-Fi, open the Wireless menu on your projector and locate your Luma’s network name (it will be KODAK-XXXXXX where the X’s are integers between 0-9). Open your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other device’s wireless settings and select your projector’s network. Enter the password (12345678) and you’re all set!

6. Does the Kodak Luma 150 work with iPhones?

It sure does! To activate screen mirroring from your iPhone, connect your iPhone to the same Wi-Fi network as your projector, then swipe down to the control center and tap the screen mirroring button. You can also connect your iPhone via HDMI Note: Only non-copyright content is supported via screen mirroring. To view copyrighted content, connect via HDMI.

Does the Kodak Luma 150 work with Androids?

Yes! To activate screen mirroring on your Android, connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your projector, then swipe down from the top notification bar to the expanded view and tap SmartView. You can also connect your device via HDMI. Note: Only non-copyright content is supported via screen mirroring. To view copyrighted content, connect via HDMI.

Does the Kodak Luma 150 support streaming?

Yes, the Kodak Luma 150 mini projector supports streaming via HDMI connection.

What does the Kodak Luma 150 projector come with?

The Luma 150 comes with a power adapter, 3 interchangeable plugs for US, UK, and EU, and an HDMI cable.

How do you use the Kodak Luma 150 for cookie decorating?

The Kodak Luma 150 is a great tool for decorating cookies! Just download your image, project it onto your cookie via USB, microSD, or screen mirroring, and get to tracing! It’s also a great tool for DIY crafts, arts, stenciling, and more. For more tips, visit our blog..

To upgrade the wireless software on this projector, you’ll need to connect to the projector’s hotspot while it is in wireless mode and proceed from there. Follow these instructions to connect to the hotspot:

1. Turn on the projector and select the menu option, Wireless. The name of the device and the password to connect to it will appear at the top of the screen. It will be KODAK-XXXXXX (where all the X’s are integers between 0-9) and the password will be 12345678.

2. Open your device’s wireless settings, and you should see a secure wireless network with the KODAK-XXXXXX name. Select that network and enter the password (12345678).

3. Once you’re connected to the wireless network, open your device’s internet browser and enter the following URL to adjust the settings:

4. The browser should display two options, to adjust the wireless access points, or to upgrade the wireless software.
a. Tap the ‘WIFI AP’ option from your mobile browser and select your home wireless network to connect the projector to the internet. Enter the password when prompted.
b. If you have connected successfully, there will be a Wi-Fi router icon displayed on the projector screen.

5. To upgrade the wireless software:
a. After the projector is successfully connected to the internet, a new dynamic URL will be generated in the screen of projector in the format of: 192.168.xxx.xxx
b. Open your device’s wireless settings, and connect to the same wireless network as the projector.
c. Once you switch to the same network as the projector, open your device’s internet
browser and enter the new URL that is displayed on the projector screen. d. Tap the ‘Upgrade’ option on your mobile browser to check if there is new software found. If there is, you will be able to install it from that page.

NOTE: Before upgrading, make sure the projector is at least 50% charged or plugged in.


Customer Service

U.S.: kodak@camarketing.com, 844-516-1539
International: kodakintl@camarketing.com, 844-516-1540

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