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Sony projects two further lasers

Sony projects two further lasers

Sony projects two further lasers

Two new laser projectors incorporate a newly developed, 0.76-inch LCD panel with an integrated optical compensator

Sony has extended its laser projector lineup with the introduction of two new installation models. Developed for large image and high-brightness projections in mid-sized environments such as education, corporate and public applications, the VPL-FHZ75 and VPL-FHZ70 models provide WUXGA resolution and colour light output of 6,500 lumens and 5,500 lumens, respectively. Both laser projectors incorporate a newly developed, 0.76-inch LCD panel with an integrated optical compensator to deliver bright and vibrant images with high contrast of ∞:1 and true-to-life colour reproduction.

The ‘intelligent setting’ feature simplifies the installation process by automatically selecting the best configuration based on the application, for which there are four preset modes including meeting/classrooms, museums, entertainment venues and multi-screen setups. The VPL-FHZ75 and VPL-FHZ70 projectors optimise their performance in relation to each environment, such as a brightly lit meeting room where brightness is most important, quiet environments such as museums requiring low noise level and multi-screen use where colour matching is vital.

Their compact, lightweight and unobtrusive design promotes their use in applications that may operate in imperfect ambient light settings and irregular-shaped rooms. The projectors can also be placed in higher locations than previously with the development of a leading wide lens shift of +70% vertically. In addition to creating more options for projection positioning, it also ensures that the presenters and visitors are not distracted by the light source.

Available in black and white finishes, these additions complete Sony’s lineup of laser projectors including the flagship VPL-FHZ120L with its 12,000 lumens. As all laser models can be controlled over the IP network with Bravia professional displays, facility managers can power on/off both the projectors and displays simultaneously.

Sony has also announced the introduction of version 4.0 of its Venice firmware. The update adds 700 Protocol, a control protocol that connects Venice to a remote-control unit (RM-B740 and RM-B170) and an RCP-1500 series remote control panel to give filmmakers greater flexibility.

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