Sony Expands Compact Laser Projector Range
Sony Professional Solutions has announced two new projector models including the world's smallest XUXGA 3LCD laser projector, the Sony VPL-PHZ60.
Optimised for use in small to medium-sized conference rooms and classrooms, as well as museums and public entertainment spaces, the VPL-PHZ60 and VPL-PHZ50 projectors use 3LCD laser light source to deliver bright, vivid and true-to-life colors and imagery. Accurate color reproduction is further supported by the signal processing engine’s color gradation capabilities.
Both models were designed with flexibility and ease of use in mind. Due to their compact size at less than four inches high and lightweight structure weighing approximately 7KG, the projectors can easily adapt to different mounting and installation challenges and requirements, and their blend-in design can fit into various environments. With a best-in-class wide lens shift of Vertical 55 per cent which enables easy ceiling-mounting, and support for 4K 30p, the projectors pack numerous industry-requested features into a small chassis.
"Sony was the first to market with a laser light source 3LCD projector in 2013 and we’ve continued to evolve our lineup and expand our offerings ever since," says Robert Meakin, European Product Manager for Business Projectors at Sony Professional Europe. "As we enhance our portfolio, we are setting new standards while meeting market demand. The VPL-PHZ60 and VPL-PHZ50 are thoughtfully designed choices that offer our customers brightness, dependability and flexibility, in a compact form factor. These new models provide users with two more impressive options which empower them to select the projector best suited to their specific needs and budgets."
The projectors also allow users to select projection modes based on installation location and intended usage, which can optimize performance, maximize longevity and provide reliability. The installation location presets automatically adjust the image quality, light source output level and cooling system, while the adaptable Advanced Intelligent Setting function simplifies the installation process by automatically selecting the best configuration based on the projector’s environment.
Sony's new projectors are expected to be available from January 2021 - visit https://pro.sony/en_gb/ for additional information.