Panasonic Introduces High-Frame Rate Laser Projector

Published: 2015-04-17

Panasonic announced the launch of the PT-RZ12KU laser projector at the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas in mid-April.

At less than 95 pounds, Panasonic describes the PT-RZ12KU as “the world’s lightest 3-chip DLP laser projector,” adding the product “is able to provide the highest image quality for rental and staging, sports production and digital signage solutions.”

The 12,000 lm WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200) projector boasts 120 Hz frame-replacement technologies and is compatible with high frame rate contents, reducing blur from motion to deliver a clearer image, according to the company’s announcement.

Here’s more on Panasonic’s PT-RZ12KU projector:

The PT-RZ12KU also eclipses the competition with a contrast ratio of 20,000:1 that, with the high-resolution performance, makes it ideal for simulation, monitoring, and specialist education roles, thanks to the high levels of detail. This projector is also an exceptional performer in large exhibition venues, virtual reality theaters, and in corporate applications.

The new PT-RZ12KU projector allows for vertical, horizontal and tilting 360-degree projection enabled by a laser light source. With multi-screen projection and geometric adjustment Panasonic emphasizes its focus on system and installation flexibility for its users. The PT-RS11KU is also a 12,000 lm laser projector with SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution that, along with the PT-RZ12KU, will be available for summer 2015.

“Both viewers and broadcasters demand life-like imagery from their AV products,” said Art Rankin, Vice President of AV Technologies, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “These new projectors provide another outstanding option for a laser-free projector that is taking clarity to the next level.”

Click here for more information about Panasonic’s PT-RZ12KU projector.

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