Digital Projection is to debut five solid-state laser projectors at ISE 2017 next month, the company has revealed. The new models include an Insight dual laser 27,000 lumen solid-state projector, a Highlite 4K UHD 3-chip DLP system, two E-Vision 4K UHD single chip DLP projectors and a new addition to the M-Vision range.
To draw visitors to its stand at ISE 2017, Digital Projection will be utilising its new Insight dual laser 27,000 lumen solid-state projector; which will power a 4.5m wide 4K projection wall. This 27,000 lumen projector is capable of a native contrast of 2000:1 and features 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation. Digital Projection has also thrown in support for 3D projection, as well as dual flash processing and dark time.
At ISE 2017, the British projector manufacturer will also be expanding its Highlite series to provide a 4K option – dubbed the Highlite 4K UHD. This 3-chip DLP system boasts 12,500 lumens of brightness and a native 2000:1 contrast ratio.
Two new models will expand the 3D-capable E-Vision range, offering picture in picture (PIP) as well as edge-blending and geometry correction as standard, alongside a real-time clock for automation.
The Digital Projection E-Vision laser 4K-UHD is single chip DLP adding a 7,500 lumens option with 4K resolution. Dynamic black technology gives a contrast ratio of 6,000:1 or 20,000:1 on the high contrast model. Furthermore, the new E-Vision Laser 10K adds greater brightness, boasting 10,500 lumens at 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution.
Both new E-Vision projectors enjoy the same warranty of up to 20,000 hours.
On the stand, Digital Projection will also introduce the Mercury Quad, an upgrade of the lamp-based Titan projection system. This model has been given a modern redesign for greater efficiency, whilst continuing to boast 20,000 lumen output from four 465w lamps.
Finally, the M-Vision range has been upgraded to also include the latest in laser illumination technology. The M-Vision Laser 15K is a single chip DLP projector with a 15,000 lumens output and 10,000:1 contrast ratio.