Epson releases new G7000 projector

Epson releases new G7000 projector
Epson releases new G7000 projector
Epson has announced the new Epson Pro G7000-Series. These projectors are focused on large venues and feature a number of specifications crucial to creating exceptional image quality.

The new projector features up to 8,000 lumens of colour brightness, as well as 8,000 lumens of whiteness for high image quality. It also comes with motorised lenses and an ultra-short-throw lens — in fact, the new model features the world’s first zero-offset lens.

In addition, the G7000 series comes with ten interchangeable lenses, which allow users to change lens dependent on their environment and viewing distance — these include ultra-short-throw, short-throws, wide-throws, as well as middle and long-throws. To modify the lens, the user simply has to operate the quick release lever for a simple, fast change.

In terms of input, the new unit supports a number of connections, including HDMI, DVI-D, VGA and HDBaseT. This lets users connect using a number of devices and, thanks to its collaboration features, including split screen and Epson Moderator software, up to 50 Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices can be connected to the network.

Thanks to its advanced technology, including allowing 4K signal and built-in edge blending, image warping and curved surface correction technologies, the projector is ideal for large venues including lecture halls, cinemas and concert halls, according to the manufacturer.

Phong Phanel, the product manager of large venue projectors for Epson America Inc, said of the release: “We deliver superior projection solutions that our customers have come to expect by understanding their needs and purposely improving image quality, adding new features such as 4K Enhancement Technology and motorised lenses, as well as promising ease-of-use and reliability. The Pro G-Series continues to be our best-selling large venue projectors."

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