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Optoma launches the 8,200-lumen ZU850 ProScene projector featuring MultiColor Laser
Following its unveiling at ISE last month, Optoma has officially launched its 8,200-lumen ProScene laser projector, the ZU850.
The first to feature MultiColor Laser (MCL technology), this WUXGA resolution projector achieves superior colour rendition through an additional red laser. Together with the blue laser, this red laser enhances the colour performance to deliver striking and rich lifelike images with exceptional detail. Designed to deliver consistent brightness and advanced colour fidelity, it is engineered to last.
The ZU850 forms part of Optoma’s DuraCore laser range which champions an industry-leading lifetime laser light source delivering a minimum of 20,000 hours in full brightness mode.
Featuring an airtight optical engine that has been independently certified as IP6X, this latest ProScene ‘fit and forget’ model offers spectacular versatility and reliability. Designed for continuous 24/7 operation, it supports 360° flexible installation and, with 100 variable power and luminance settings, is perfect for simulation, live events and almost any challenging environment.
Head of visual systems solutions, Justin Halls at Optoma Europe, commented: “We are confident that the ZU850’s superior colour performance is a direct result of Optoma’s MCL technology, reproducing the best reds imaginable.
“The ZU850 joins our elite range of DuraCore laser projectors with multiple lens options making it suitable for all types of venues. Aside from the excellent reliability and performance, it will soon pay for itself in savings over traditional lamp-based projectors with virtually zero maintenance required.”
Key Features of the ZU850
- WUXGA resolution 8200 lumens
- DuraCore laser technology combining industry-leading lifetime with an independent IP dust certification
- 20,000 hours in full brightness mode to 50% of original brightness
- Airtight optical engine independently dust certified to IP6X
- MultiColor Laser (MCL technology)
- Installation flexibility – Multiple lens options
14th March 2017
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