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Sony Launches Smallest 3LCD Laser Projectors

Posted on 17-Oct-2022 17:02 | Filed under: News

Sony Launches Smallest 3LCD Laser Projectors

Sony has announced the world’s smallest WUXGA 3LCD laser projectors, the VPL-PHZ61 and VPL-PHZ51 that combine advanced operational capabilities with high brightness and flexible installation, making them a reliable option for a wide range of corporate, education, museum and entertainment simulation applications.


The VPL-PHZ61 & VPL-PHZ51 are compact and easy to install on ceilings in meeting rooms and classrooms with a +55% vertical shift, the widest in the fixed lens models*1. Both sophisticatedly designed models boast impressive high brightness – the VPL-PHZ61 at 6,400 lumens (7,000 lumen centre) and the VPL-PHZ51 at 5,300 lumens (5,800 lumen centre) – that project crystal clear images, even in a well-lit meeting room or lecture theatre to enhance the collaboration and communication of users.


With the incorporation of Sony's Reality Creation real-time signal processing, mapping and analysis technology, the projectors produce crisp and clear pictures, for effective presentation and display. Both new models support 4K60P input for compatibility with 4K video sources. This is further amplified by Reality Creation's ability to enhance the overall sharpness, resolution, and quality of the imagery, regardless of whether it's pictures, graphs or text.


Additionally, the projectors require no converter when being used with other 4K equipment to simultaneously project 4K content and support the "Deep Colour" of HDMI and the HDCP2.3. The projectors' new Reality Text feature improves text-based presentation materials by providing clearer letters and lines with enhanced legibility.


These new projectors also feature advanced Intelligent Settings, which offer optimisation based on usage environment. The addition of customised Bright View functionality enables colours to accurately maintain their contrast and vivacity, even in brightly lit rooms. The new Ambiance feature automatically measures the room's brightness using an ambient light sensor and further calibrates the Bright View, colour gain and Reality Creation settings accordingly. Additionally, the new models use a new filter material which requires no filter cleaning for meeting room and classroom use.


The will be available in New Zealand with RRP NZ$ 6,899 and the VPL-PHZ51 will have a RRP NZ$ $6,099. Both will be available from November.


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