I got the VPL-VW95 Translated
The successor to the VPL-VW90ES, which was announced in September last year and that was the first 3D home theater projector from Sony, promises to come to shake the market.
The specifications are still provided the account drops but primary data are the following:
High dynamic contrast ratio (1: 150.000), low noise ventilation system (22 dB in reduced consumption of lamp), flexible image calibration and the memorization of placement of a picture that allows customers to configure the aspect ratio 2.35: 1 with the touch of one button.
This product is also equipped with Advanced Iris 3 technology from Sony, which includes a solarmagic contrast to maximize the dynamic contrast ratio when used with the IRIS, significantly improving the brightness of the image, especially in 3D mode. Luminosity has not yet been espcificada but will surely be higher than the previous model 1100 lumen.
New features include a 2D/3D conversion mode, which is based on a single algorithm to reproduce a 3-d effect from any source. The additional image positioning memory remembers also the positions that correspond to the preconfigured aspect ratio and users can enjoy movies on a screen. In addition to all this, the 3D glasses from Sony have been optimised to be approximately 24 percent lighter and transmitter was rebuilt around the lenses in such a way as to not have to be installed or be connected through a cable.
The VPL-VW95ES will be available throughout Europe in October.