NEC Launches Digital Cinema Projector with Laser Light Source
NEC has announced the NC1100L Digital Cinema projector, a laser-light source projector that's aimed at exhibitors with small screens or projection booths as well as art houses, mobile cinemas, theaters in universities, and public buildings.
As part of NEC’s Digital Cinema Projector Series, the NC1100L projector using a laser-light source delivers 2K DCI-compliant cinema quality, which translates to an image brightness of 14-ft-L (using a 1.8 gain screen) on screens up to 11m in DCI color. It is the world’s first Digital Cinema-compliant projector with laser light source built-in.
With 2K resolutions, 3D capabilities, and a 3-chip DMD reflection method, the NEC IMS (Integrated Media Server) offers a trouble-free, one-stop solution for exhibitors and other organizations, while the projector's HFR (High Frame Rate) capability offers brilliant picture quality. Its IMS and 2TB RAID5 Storage Server offer versatile connectivity and savings with fewer peripheral devices needed.
Features at a glance:-
- Lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with up to approximately 20,000 hours of expected light source usage
- 2048 x 1080 resolution and 1600:1 contrast ratio
- Several bayonet lens options for easy installation, enabling motorized zoom, focus and shift capabilities
- Suitability for floor and ceiling installation with no exhaust system required
- Air cooling with dust-preventing electrostatic filter
- Built-in 2 TB RAID5 Storage Server, 2 x 3GSDI, and 1 x HDMI Interfaces, advanced network and built-in GPIO functions
- The same IMS (NP-90MS01) for NC900C available with the NC1100L
The NC1100L will be available in March 2014.