KODAK Luma 75

Pocket Portable Projector
Frequently Asked Questions

 

What makes the Kodak Luma 75 unique?

The Kodak Luma 75 uses DLP technology, one-touch controls, and is compatible with most devices. It supports 1080p viewing on a screen up to 100” (60”-80” optimal) and a playback of up to two hours. What truly sets it apart is its built-in battery and ultra-portable design.

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.

Will the Kodak Luma 75 fit a tripod?

Yes, absolutely! The Kodak Luma 75 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 projection methods are available on the Kodak Luma 75?

The Kodak Luma 75 features front projection.

What types of inputs are available?

The Kodak Luma 75 can play files from microSD cards as well as via USB 2.0 or HDMI 1.4/2.0 connection ports. If your device uses a different type of video input, such as DVI, you will need to purchase an adapter (not included). You can also connect your smartphone or other device via HDMI adapter.

Does the Kodak Luma 75 have screen mirroring?

Yes, the Kodak Luma 75 mini projector supports screen mirroring via wired connection. You can easily connect and view media via HDMI connection.

     i.    Pro tip: Connect a dongle via HDMI for easy screen mirroring.

How do I charge my Kodak Luma 75?

Charging your new Kodak projector is easy! Just connect the cable to the USB-C port using the included power cord, plug the adapter into an outlet or other power source, and you’re good to go! The projector can be used while charging and supports charging via power bank (10W or above). You can even use the projector while it’s charging! We recommend that you allow the projector to charge for at least 2 hours before using it in battery mode for the first time.

Does the Kodak Luma 75 support streaming?

The Kodak Luma 75 allows you to stream via HDMI by connecting a streaming stick like Android, Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Fire to transform it into a portable entertainment device.

What does the Kodak Luma 75 projector come with?

The Luma 75 comes with a USB-C cable and HDMI cable.

 

 

Getting Started

1. Charge the Projector

  • Connect the adapter to the micro USB port of the projector, using the included power cord.
  • Plug the adapter into an outlet or other power source.
  • You may now use the projector .
  • While plugged in, the projector's battery will automatically charge.

It is recommended that you allow the projector to charge for at least 4 hours before using it in battery mode for the first time.

2. Turn on the Projector

Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to turn on the projector.

3. Adjust Screen Size

The screen size will increase or decrease as the projector is brought closer or further from the wall.

4. Adjust the Focus Wheel

Open a still image and carefully rotate the focus wheel until the image is clear.

5. Connect to an External Device

Your projector can be connected to a variety of external devices using the included HDMI® cable. Compatible devices include laptops, smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, and more.

  • Connect one end of the HDMI® cable to the projector.
  • Connect the other end of the HDMI® cable to the external device.

NOTE: Some devices may require an adapter in order to connect to the projector. Check the table in the online user manual if using a device that is not HDMI® compatible.

6. Insert MicroSD™ Card or USB Drive

Slide the microSD™ card into the microSD™ card slot until it clicks into place. If using a USB drive, insert it into the USB input.

Using Your Projector

1. Turn on the Projector

Press and hold the power button to turn on the projector.

2. Playing a Video File

  • After turning on the projector, you will be prompted to select either Movies or Images.
  • Tap the Confirm button to gain access to the control panel, then use the confirm button to select Movie.
  • You will then be prompted to select either USB or MicroSD™. Use the buttons to highlight the format you wish to access. Then tap the confirm button to select.
  • Use the buttons to cycle through the list of files. Select the file you wish to play with the confirm button.

3. Video Controls

Before you can use the control panel, you must always tap the confirm button to make it appear first.

  • Pause: Tap the confirm button.
  • Fast Forward: Tap the button. Each tap will increase the speed by x2, x4, x8, and x16.
  • Rewind: Tap the button. Each tap will increase the speed by x2, x4, x8, and x16.
  • Exit: Tap the button to return to the video file list. Tap this button again to return to the main menu.
  • Volume Control: Tap the button. Then use the plus and minus buttons to increase or decrease the volume.

4. Playing a Photo File

  • After turning on the projector, you will be prompted to select either Movies or Images.
  • Tap the confirm button to gain access to the control panel.
  • Use the forward button to highlight the Images option. Then use the confirm button to select Images.
  • You will then be prompted to select either USB or MicroSD™. Use the navigation buttons to highlight the format you wish to access. Then tap the confirm button to select.
  • Use the left and right buttons to cycle through the list of files. Select the file you wish to play with the confirm button.

5. Photo Controls

When playing a photo file, the projector will automatically play in order.

  • Pause Slideshow: Tap the confirm button.
  • Resume Slideshow: Tap the confirm button.
  • Play Next Image: Tap the confirm button.
  • Play Previous Image: Tap the confirm button.

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

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