Originally Posted by MovieTime
The above video is for their Highlite Laser, which is WUXGA as you said, not the 4K Insight they "plan" to release in Q4 of this year. The one above is already almost available and will be shipping for one of our clients at the end of this month. It has no relation to the 4K Insight projector coming in Q4 except for sharing the same laser technology. It is smaller and a completely different chassis than the Insight 4K. I was told they will both share that same laser tech at Infocomm. That makes sense given their identical light output. If it doesn't get pushed back (which it may of course), then their 4K unit is still slated for later this year.
At the show, I noticed the lens area on the 4K Insight and it's significant protrusion from the chassis differs from the NEC images, so there is definitely some modification going on.
It looked very much like the NEC images shown in this thread, but the lens area was definitely modified somehow and looked different.
D'accord, but possibly for additional v/h shift capability.Or for better lensing.
For Maximum MTF (like in moscow fixed short throw lens on antivibration lens stabilizer, 2,300 special lens base) they should use 4k lenses, If you look at the specs of the nec 10,000 top of line 3rgb laser now a 3 piece system, NEC is not offering a 4k zoom solution in the 2.0 -.44+.66Zoom lense. for that they are preserving the 2k, that makes 2 manufacturers doing the same thing at (B+N
on) lens I observe using 2k lenses on 4k laser projectors.
The first company to introduce 4k zoom lenses on the shorter range (2-1r + z) from Europe developed a lens that met specification only with the projector powered off.
whith the projector on the lens support was so poorly designed that it has sprung a brand new miniindustry to address anti vibration (where is my aperion stabilization system from Moscow dvd msb stacks subplat).
So a 2k lens may resolve better 4k than a 4k lens (that is vibrating through the projector's and extractor generated mechanical forces)