Fujifilm projectors are a relatively new entrant to the projector market, but they have quickly gained a reputation for producing high-quality, innovative projectors. Fujifilm projectors are known for their sharp images, vibrant colours, and long lifespans. With their FP-Z series, Fujifilm has harnessed over 30 years of projector lens mechanical design to create a lens barrel mechanism with biaxial,6-direction rotation that maintains high resolution. With ultra-short throw and a wide lens-shift range, the revolutionary compact, large-screen projectors offer more ways to create a sense of space. An ideal projector series for use in immersive rooms, simulation, museums, visitor attraction and more.
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Fujifilm FP-Z Series Projectors - Frequently Asked Questions
What is unique about the FP-Z series projector Lens?
The FP-Z series projectors feature a Fujifilm unique folded lens. Bending and focusing light to create an image requires a high-precision optical design. By utilising the optical design software originally developed by Fujifilm, dozens of elements were combined to create a lens that can be rotated without creating distortion and that projects a high-quality image to every corner of the screen.
How precise is the optical axis alignment of the FP-Z series projector ?
Maintaining high resolution without distortion requires precise alignment of the optical axis. Multiple adjustments are optimally combined to deliver a high-quality image.
What type of lens does the FP-Z series projectors have ?
The front lens group (Group G1) features a wide-diameter aspherical lens. It is to this wide (Φ87mm) aspherical element with a surface ground to high-precision, single-micron tolerances, that the projector owes its ultra-short throw.
With a throw ratio of 0.34:1 , the FP-Z series projector’s ultra-short-throw lens can project images of up to 300-inch from ultra-close range. A 100-inch image can be projected from an ultra-short distance of only 72 cm (28 in.) from lens to screen surface.
Do the FP-Z series projectors have lens shift?
Yes. The position of the projected image can be adjusted lens shift range of 70% in the vertical direction and 35% in the horizontal direction (when horizontal projection at 16:10). Furthermore, it is equipped with a lens shift memory function to store the lens shift position for each projection direction.