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ISE 2020: Panasonic delivers natural colours with new models

The PT-RCQ10 is available in 8,000 and 10,000 lumen versions

Set to be demonstrated on the Panasonic stand is the company’s new PT-RCQ10 projector range. The 1-chip DLP and 4K-ready projectors are designed for the rental and staging industry, museums and theme parks.

The PT-RCQ10 series, with a choice of 10,000 or 8,000 lumens, is said to deliver images in natural colours as a result of its Rich Colour Harmoniser and Smooth Pixel Drive technology.

Rich Colour Harmoniser expands the use of red light to improve colour reproduction. Smooth Pixel Drive is a newly developed imaging processing system that is designed to sharpen the characters and smooth out diagonal lines and curves to achieve an output resolution of 4,608,000 pixels (2,715 x 1,697).

The PT-RCQ10 series is compatible with Panasonic’s range of 1-Chip DLP lenses, including the new Ultra Short Throw Zoom lens. This lens enables projection in extremely tight spaces and minimises on-screen shadows. The powered lens-shift and zoom enables wide-range calibration following projector installation.

The new projectors feature the ability to accept 4K signals via HDMI and Digital Link and are equipped with Panasonic’s Slot NX to expand connectivity with new input connections.