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On the larger projector, I mounted a quick release plate, and put a second screw through, so it will never turn and loosen. This allows the projector to be mounted at any angle. Note: some projectors I’ve been told won’t operate vertically, although I’ve never seen this.
Oh, and you’ll need a ball head for aiming. Manfrotto has fancy one’s, but you don’t need anything expensive for smaller projectors. Slik is usually fine. Here’s some info on them
Combine this with a VGA transmitter, and your installs are a snap. No long runs, no gaffing cables down, no stands to fall down.
Here’s this setup in a timelapse for IPR’s canal-closing with Share. Notice the projector mounted to the pillar? Took no time to install.
Hope this helps you get in and out of your gigs quick and easy.