Flare150 Art Projector

Flare150Introducing the Flare150 Digital Art Projector by Artograph

The Flare150™ digital Art Projector from Artograph is the next step up from the popular Flare100, with enhanced brightness and greater resolution, still in a compact, portable size.

The Flare150 is ideal for projecting photos and images for tracing, layout, and design of your artwork. For artwork of extremely small size up to large portrait size.

Included are built-in grids in dozens of useful patterns for layout and design, available only with Artograph digital projectors. Flip, reverse, rotate, grayscale, adjust color temperature and tonal values of your image.

The Flare150 can operate on rechargeable built-in battery (2.5 hours), or plugged in.

HD 1280 x 720 resolution with 150 lumens of brightness.

Flare150 on the Artograph Digital Projector Table Stand.

Projects from most digital sources, smartphones, tablets, and computers. Mac/Apple users may require an additional connection adapter. It is strongly recommended that if you are buying any Apple adapter you buy the official, branded or authorized one as sold by Apple and authorized sellers. Difficulties have been found with unauthorized adapters failing to work after Apple/Mac does certain updates.

  • 36 Built-in Grids including 15 New Rule of Thirds Grids
  • Image/Color Control
  • One-touch Grayscale Control
  • Magnification 125-400% with USB
  • Tripod Mount Connection
  • Backed by Artograph’s Lifetime Technical Support!

Flare150™ Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.7 in
  • Weight: 1.1 lbs.
  • 150 Lumen maintenance-free LED lamps – 30,000 hours
  • Battery Life: 2.5 hours
  • HD 1280 x 720
  • Input Terminals: HDMI, USB

Flare150 comes with a remote control (batteries included), power cord, HDMI cable, storage bag, SD card reader, and an Artograph flash drive with FAQs and demo images.

Flare150 Instruction manuals, FAQs, and tips

EnglishFull Flare150 operations manual
This is the instruction guide included on the CD-ROM with your projector.
Special Features Guide – PDF for printing


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