In recent years the demand for laser projection has increased dramatically across the industry. Now, no brand is more in demand than laser projection market share leader, Panasonic.
We’ve taken a look at some of their most popular models to highlight just why Panasonic laser projectors are so successful at nearly every price bracket.
Entry-level laser projector
Coming in at around £2,490, the Panasonic PT-RZ370 is one of the most popular budget laser projectors around. But keeping costs down doesn’t mean compromising on quality and cost efficiency thanks to the device’s combined LED/laser light source, which means:
- No maintenance for approximately 20,000 hours
- No lamp replacement
- No filter cleaning.
As if that wasn’t enough, this low price laser projector from the market leader delivers a consistent 3,500 lumens of brightness and unlike ordinary lamps, the unit won’t suffer from brightness deterioration over time thanks to the combined light source.
Panasonic’s very own Daylight View Basic technology also helps users to achieve excellent picture quality by intricately reproducing darker details in images, which would otherwise be difficult to see in bright rooms.
(Not so) Middle of the road
Looking for a little more? The Panasonic PT-RW730 is a jump up in price, but you get quite a bit more for your money. This high brightness WXGA resolution installation projector features a vast array of lens options, extensive connectivity inputs and a laser light source that ensures picture stays brilliant for longer.
Just like its cheaper counterpart, the device requires no lamp replacement, no maintenance, and relies on its Solid Shine technology to remove brightness degradation, ensuring consistency and reliability.
However, unlike some of Panasonic’s cheaper offerings, the RW730 is one of the first projectors in the world to come complete with the patent pending Unique Contrast Sync and Shutter Sync Function, which is designed for multi-screen and mapping applications.
Using Contrast Sync, users can digitally modulate the contrast function to ensure synchronisation over a network, creating a consistent picture across multiple screens.
Meanwhile, Shutter Sync synchronises the shutter on/off timing between all projectors included in its network, so fading takes place simultaneously. These features alone make it an ideal choice for professional venues.
High-end laser projection
If the mid range option still isn’t enough, Panasonic have created projectors like the PT-RW930 to deliver the wow factor that many professional installations simply can’t do without.
Solid Shine laser technology comes as standard with this impressive offering, along with Unique Contrast Sync and Shutter Sync Function. However, this unit takes things even further with added Geometry Manager Pro software, which is specifically designed to make even the most complex multi-screen set up simple to calibrate and manage everything from colour matching to edge blending via the network.
Other impressive features include Quick Start, Quick Off technology, so images appear in an instant, and Free 360-degree Rotation, for installation at any angle.
The cherry on the top is Geometric Adjustment for Custom Screen Surfaces, a function that adapts images for projection onto surfaces of any shape including cylindrical and spherical. When paired with the systems other features this technology makes the mapping of creative and incredibly complicated presentations quick and easy in experiential environments such as museums, events and exhibitions.
These are just a small selection of Panasonic’s laser projectors. If you think Panasonic laser projectors might be for you, call our experts to arrange a demo on 0808 252 8097 or get in touch via our website.