Available in brightness from 3,000 lumens to 4,200 lumens, the new MC series projectors are designed for users who are cost-conscious but who also demand high functionality.
Epson launches 25,000-lumen EB-L25000U 3LCD laser projector; aims to make significant inroads into the high-brightness segment
Like the EB-L1000 series, the 25,000-lumen EB-L25000U is designed for large venue applications, including concert halls, giant exhibition rooms, and outdoor signage.
The new Sony MP-CL1A mobile projector gets a new color option, along with accessories and features for its HD (720p) short-throw projection.
This new projector will also be compatible with Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), a 4K HDR standard used for future broadcasting services and user generated contents, through a firmware update down the road.
The PH450U is able to display an 80-inch 720p image from just 33cm from the screen. And at 450 lumens, it's the brightest battery-powered UST projector available in the market today.
Designed for large venue use, the EB-L1000 series is the world’s first laser projector to integrate inorganic 3LCD panels with an inorganic phosphor wheel.
The new D200 series comprises of the VPL-DX220 (2,700 lm), VPL-DX240 (3,200 lm), and VPL-DX270 (3,500 lm) in XGA resolution, as well as the VPL-DW240 (3,000 lm) in WXGA resolution.
In addition, because of the LED light source, these HD projectors can keep projecting up to 30,000 hours.
With a WUXGA resolution, 4,500 lumens of brightness, and Canon’s LCOS technology with AISYS enhancement, users can project bright, highly detailed images in true color.
Designed for large venues, the EB-G7000 series also features the world’s first zero-offset ultra-short throw lens.