A number of manufacturers showed 3LCD HD projectors using the new D7 with C2FINE chip technology. The .74″ 1080p D7 3LCD is a next-generation chip that the organization says delivers a 20 percent increase in aperture ratio for smoother images. C2FINE uses a vertical alignment technique to provide higher contrast ratios, deeper blacks and up to 12-bit color processing resulting in more than 68 billion unique colors. One new model is the Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 1080 UB featuring native 1080p HD resolution. The Pro Cinema 1080 UB is specified at up to 50,000:1 and new UltraBlack technology deeper blacks. This projector has two HDMI 1.3 inputs and an OptiCinema lens with 2.1x optical zoom for flexible set-up – projecting up to a 100″ widescreen image from only 9.8′.
Sanyo showed the PLV-Z2000 – a full 1080p HD resolution projector with enhanced 3D color management system and two HDMI 1.3 inputs. Features include an advanced lens shift system with short throw lens and wide-range zoom capability for maximum installation flexibility. The PLV-Z2000 is specified at 1,200 lumen output and 15,000:1 contrast, has a Wide aperture, and low noise fan for super-quiet operation.
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