Panasonic presents the new PT-RCQ10 series, 1-chip DLP projectors characterized by greater richness in color rendering, thanks to the new Rich Color Harmoniser and Smooth Pixel Drive technology
Beautiful images rich in natural colors are the main offer of the new Panasonic DLP 1-chip PT-RCQ10 series, 4K ready and available from November 2019. This new range of projectors is designed for rental and staging, and for applications such as museums and theme parks, with models ranging from 8.000 to 10.000 lumens offering images with particularly natural colors, thanks to Rich Color Harmoniser and Smooth Pixel Drive technology.
Rich Color Harmoniser takes full advantage of the red light for a superior color rendering, while Panasonic’s Smooth Pixel Drive technology is a graphic processing system that increases the sharpness of the characters and smoothes diagonal lines and curves, maximizing the images and reaching an output resolution of 4.608.000 pixels (2.715 x 1.697). The new PT-RCQ10 series supports all Panasonic 1-chip DLP lenses, in the range of projection ratios from 0,2 to 8,6, including the new ET-DLE020 ultra-short zoom lens, which allows projection in tight spaces and minimizes screen shadows. Equipped with motorized movement and zoom, the lens can be calibrated over a wide variety of distances after the projector is installed.
In addition, the new series can handle 4K signals via HDMI and Digital Link, and is equipped with NX Slot, another exclusive Panasonic technology that allows expansion of connectivity with input connections.
Finally, since reliability is an essential factor in the live events and entertainment, the PT-RCQ10 series has been designed to guarantee high performance even in the most difficult environments. The dual drive laser optical engine is dustproof and is tested to operate up to 20.000 hours without maintenance.
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