Digital Projection today announced the launch of a bright single chip DLP laser phosphor projector : the 23,000 Lumen M-Vision 23000.
The Digital Projection M-Vision 23000 WU boasts 23,000 lumens output and 10,000:1 contrast ratio, to bring budget-sensitive applications a large-screen imaging solution and near 3-Chip performance at a 1-Chip price point.
The new lamp-free, laser-phosphor projector is charged with ColorBoost + Red Laser technology to provide realistic and saturated colours at previously unreachable luminance levels. Venues needing powerful, yet budget-conscious, large-format imagery without sacrificing colour accuracy, as well as those contending with ambient light, will directly benefit from the M-Vision 23000’s market leading light output, contrast ratio and colourimetry.
Its DisplayPort accepts frame rates up to 60 Hz and HDMI 1.4b for Side by Side, Frame Packing & Top Bottom 3D formats. Motorised shift, zoom and focus across the whole lens range offer extra flexibility and ease of setup. The 0.96” DarkChip DMD, teamed with blue and red lasers and a four-segment colour wheel produce unrivalled image quality and brightness in the single chip projector market.
For complete versatility, Edge Blend and Geometric Correction are standard features of the M-Vision 23000, including the ability to blend stereoscopic images. A complete suite of professional lenses offers throw ratios from 0.9:1 to 7:00:1, all featuring motorised shift, zoom and lens memory.
Commenting on this product launch, Chris Axford, Digital Projection’s international sales and marketing director said “The introduction of the M-Vision 23000 is another leap forward in single-chip technology. Digital Projection established itself as the leader in this growing segment with the introduction of the world’s first large venue Laser Phosphor product in 2014. Our latest development demonstrates our continued commitment to providing cost effective projectors without compromise across our full product range.”
The M-Vision 2300 will be shipping in November 2020.
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