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Offset lens Epson 1080 to center lens 6030 and LENS SHIFT

OK, so if I swap my old faithful Epson Home Cinema 1080 that has an offset lens with a "newer" model, like the Pro Cinema 6030UB which has the lens centered - can I keep my present wall mount as it is, and compensate for the lens position using the horizontal lens shift? The wall mount's center was optimized for the 1080 lens center.

Proj to screen is around 18' and screen is around 110"

Has anybody done it? Will I be pushing the shift too much?
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Should be no problem. The difference in lens location will only be a few inches which is well within the extensive horizontal shift range of the Epson 4000/5000/6000 series.
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Should be no problem. The difference in lens location will only be a few inches which is well within the extensive horizontal shift range of the Epson 4000/5000/6000 series.
Thanks!

It was easily within the h-shift range.
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