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projectiondesign releases ‘brightest’ model yet

Jo Ruddock 29 January 2013

A new 2D and 3D capable projector, the F85 three-chip DLP model, is the brightest projector yet in the projectiondesign range. It boasts a brightness of up to 11,000 lumens, and a contrast ratio of 14,000:1 for crisp, detailed images. 

The projector is available in WUXGA or 1080p resolution versions as well as a special version that can optically switch between REC709 and DCI P7 colour spaces. 

Anders Løkke, marketing director at projectiondesign, commented: “Performance, versatility, connectivity, brightness and low cost of ownership were our objectives when creating the new F85 series.”

As well as 2D imaging, the projector can be used in active or passive 3D stereoscopic mode, removing the requirement for multiple projectors in stereoscopic set-up. The F85 series can display sequential 3D at up to 120Hz, as well as frame rate convert any input signal to 120Hz with the X-PORT DCC120, and combine two input streams to a single sequential.

Weighing only 24.1kg, the projector also features proprietary Advanced Colour Optical Processing (ACOP) technology and is available with a set of optical lenses for a wide range of focal distances, ensuring it complements the most challenging of installations and architecture. 

Meanwhile, the dual lamp optical engine with ‘hot swap’ capability is designed to allow fail-safe operation for critical applications. Common to all projectiondesign models, the F85 is compatible with ProNet software for network-based control, monitoring and calibration.

Stand: 1M27

www.projectiondesign.com  

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