Two new home cinema projectors have been unveiled by Optoma, extending its range of models designed for the custom installation market.

The HD8300 and the HD3300 incorporate the newest technologies and are the firm's first full 1080p 3D home theatre models.

As the successor to the award-winning HD8200 model, the HD8300 projector is Optoma's top of the range 3D gadget. It delivers 1,500 Lumens and provides frame-interpolation processing in order to customise the level of processing to suit the content depending on whether a film is a fast-paced action movie or a softer, slower film.

It also features a lens shift and a wide 1.5x zoom ratio, allowing for flexibility in where it is installed.

Meanwhile, the HD3300 is a budget alternative for people looking for a 3D home cinema system. It is powered with 2,000 Lumens and incorporates features to adjust the system's colour and image displays.

Jon Grodem, Optoma’s senior director of product and marketing, commented: “These new projectors are shining examples of why Optoma has earned a reputation for delivering industry-leading innovation and outstanding image quality.

“Both deliver tremendous performance and will give installers options to meet their customer’s needs.”