The Kodak Luma 150 is a small, rectangular pocket projector that is cute and easy to carry. It is less than an inch tall and 3.9 inches on a side. The Luma 150 has an attractive white frame with gold trim. It can project photos and videos from a microSD card or USB thumb drive, or it can mirror the screen of a computer, phone, or tablet over a wireless or HDMI connection. The image quality is fine, but the projector’s low brightness makes it hard to see a large image, especially when there is other light in the room.
The Luma 150 is the middle model of three small projectors made by Kodak. It is between the Luma 75, which has 75 lumens, and the Luma 350, which has 350 lumens. It’s either a large pico, which means you can just about fit it in your pocket, or a small palmtop projector. Either way, it’s a DLP-based LED projector with a brightness rating of 150 lumens and a native resolution of 854 by 480 pixels, which are both common for micro projectors in the middle price range.