Optoma launches 7,500-lumen fixed lens laser projector

posted on Thursday, 24th September 2020 by Steve May

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Optoma has announced the world’s first 7,500-lumen fixed lens laser projector, the ZU720T. The model is positioned as a mid-range solution for a variety of professional installation solutions, including digital signage, entertainment, projection mapping, large conference rooms, lecture halls, museums and houses of worship.

While resolution is WUXGA (1920 x 1200), the ZU720T is compatible with sources up to 4k with HDR10. Contrast is rated at 2,000,000:1. Features include built-in blending, warping, and four corner correction, in addition to 360-degree and portrait installation modes, making it a leading choice for complex AV installations.

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The ZU720T has a fixed telecentric lens design with full motorised lens shift (55% +/- vertical, 25% +/- horizontal), 1.8x manual zoom and focus. It’s suitable for screen sizes up to 300-inches. Connectivity includes three HDMI inputs, VGA, HDBaseT, VGA, 3D sync in and out, 12V trigger, LAN and RS232 control.

It also boasts an Android OS with built-in media player, for an intuitive interface, and advanced media playback support.

Engineered with DuraCore technology, the ZU720T has a sealed IP5X certified optical engine for dust-free operation making it suitable for 24/7 operation. The laser light engine ensures maintenance-free projection for up to 30,000 hours in eco mode.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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