At ISE 2021, Panasonic unveiled a new range of 4K DLP projectors aimed at satisfying a wide variety of applications, from museums to entertainment. We see in particular the models of the new PT-RDQ10 series, 1-chip DLP laser projectors with 4K resolution.
The new line-up of projectors and displays by Panasonic Visual System Solutions strongly relaunches the 4K definition, seen as a guarantee of quality in all possible applications, from museums to the home environment. From the ET-D3QW200 short-throw zoom lens for the PT-RQ50K series 50.000 lumens 3-chip DLP projectors (for entertainment applications), to the new 1-chip DLP 4K PT-RDQ10 series, designed for corporate environments, entertainment and rental & staging sector, Panasonic aims to satisfy all user needs by offering a very high quality output.
The highlight of the new PT-RDQ10 series is the extremely detailed 4K images. The three models range from 8.000 to 10.000 lumens, can be integrated with the new ET-DLE020 zero offset ultra-short-throw zoom lens, which allows the projection of large images even in the smallest spaces, and are ideal, as well as for corporate applications, also for museums, art galleries and exhibitions. The PT-RDQ10 series uses Smooth Pixel Drive technology (one-axis pixel shift), and a DMD of 0.66˝ which ensures that you produce 4K images that are sharp, smooth and rich in detail (3840 x 2160, 16: 9).
The Rich Color Enhancer feature also improves red rendition, while the improved black border adjustment increases image uniformity, even for projection on curved screens. Optional NX SLOT interface cards, such as 12G-SDI and DisplayPort, simplify projector integration, while the upgrade softwares for Geometry Manager Pro, ET-CUK10 and ET-UK20 are pre-activated to ensure full performance and simplify installation. Finally, the Remote Preview Lite function, taken directly from the PT-RQ50 model, enables remote preview via LAN of content displayed by the projector. The expansion of functionality, however, does not prevent the PT-RDQ10 series models from maintaining the same compact dimensions as the 1-Chip DLP models, with a renewed cabinet. The liquid cooling system allows the hermetic sealing of the optical block, obtaining up to 20.000 hours of operation without maintenance, with a low noise level, while the laser failover circuits and the backup input guarantee against any interruptions in operation and power supply.
The new Panasonic PT-RDQ10 series will be available from October 2021 and consists of three models: PT-RDQ10 (10.000 lumens), PT-RDQ90 (9.000 lumens) and PT-RDQ80 (8.000 lumens), all sharing the 4K resolution and format of 16: 9 projection.
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