Regarding the LS10500, it has essentially the same specifications as the LS10000. This was recently described in a recent CNET article as being a leading projector in the laser projector sector. The LS10500 will come with stunning, crisp images and will also be compatible with high dynamic range (HDR) sources.
The new projector will cost exactly the same as it’s predecessor and also has the main benefits of the laser light engine allowing for an instant on/off button. This means there is no need for replacement bulbs thanks to the projector’s 30,000-hour lifespan. The projector will also be able to cover the entire DCI colour space according to Epson.
The bonus feature of this projector is its ability to accept HDR sources including HDR10 video from 4K blu-ray players and other additional streaming devices. It does rely on the global levels contained in the HDR signal.
In addition to the LS510500, Epson has also announced the introduction of three home cinema projectors. The Home Cinema 3100, the 3700 and the 3900 all offer high brightness in terms of lumens (2600 to 3000 depending on which model) and also feature horizontal and vertical lens shift.