Sony is adding five new WUXGA resolution models to its family of laser light source projectors. Each is designed for a range of commercial mid-range installation applications in schools, including education, faith, corporate and museums.
The new models include the VPL-FHZ120L (12,000lm) and VPL-FHZ90L (9,000lm) for larger venues, and the compact VPL-FHZ66 (6,100lm), VPL-FHZ61 (5,100lm) and VPL-FHZ58 (4,200lm) for mid-sized classrooms. These new projectors grow Sony’s laser offerings to more than a dozen and take advantage of laser light source benefits, including increased brightness, ease of use and installation flexibility.
Each model uses Sony’s unique Z-Phosphor Laser with a blue laser as its light source complemented by a 3LCD optical system, to achieve the full spectrum of light and continuous, clear RGB color. The five new projectors feature auto color calibration, a function that enables users to easily maintain the best picture quality over time and Sony’s industry-leading instant on/off, which can be used to begin presentations at full brightness, with almost no warm-up/cool down time.
The VPL-FHZ120L and VPL-FHZ90L use a newly-developed LCD panel with enhanced light resistance, and for the VPL-FHZ120L, an optical compensator to realize high contrast that delivers stable brightness and high-quality image with vibrant color reproduction.
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