New entry in the Panasonic range of projectors: a 4K+ laser-phosphor model, designed for live events, exhibitions, rental and permanent installations
It’s called PT-RQ22K and is already available on the market the new Panasonic 3-chip SOLID SHINE DLP projector, characterized by the same dimensions as the PT-RZ21K WUXGA. Thanks to pixel shifting technology, the new RQ22K offers a higher number of pixels compared to traditional 4K laser projectors and aims to offer even sharper and more realistic images. Designed for professional scenarios where reliability is the most important feature, the PT-RQ22K integrates a dual motor for the light source and is able to instantly switch to a back-up video signal if the main source stops. Heat-resistant phosphor wheels and solid-state laser modules produce images in 4K+, characterized by high brightness, contrast and accuracy. In addition, the new PT-RQ22K supports the BT.2020 standard and can play HDR Premium video content, is equipped with a single-cable DIGITAL LINK 4K connection and is compatible with both the 12G-SDI (ET-MDN12G10) interface card recently launched by Panasonic, both with the range of 3-chip DLP optics already on the market.
“The RQ22K has the same compact frame as the RZ21K, so it can use the same cages and the same optics”, says Hartmut Kulessa, Panasonic’s European Marketing Manager. “Thanks to this evolution in the Panasonic range, the transition to 4K becomes cheaper than ever for companies. The heat exchanger cooling system allows the optical engine to be hermetically sealed so that neither dust nor fumes can enter. In this way, the projector can operate without maintenance even for very long periods, even in dusty environments. Furthermore” – concludes Kulessa – “we have developed avant-garde image processors, including the 240 Hz Real Motion Processor with Quad Pixel Drive. This technology produces extremely realistic and sharp images. For creators this means being able to develop and project content in rapid movement, without blurring and flickering.”
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