Up on the US site. Already has a Blockbuster card rebate attached to it.
Haven't seen this link posted yet...but I'll cut and paste contents in the interest of one stop shopping http://catalog2.panasonic.com/webapp...odel=PT-AX100U
High definition cinema comes home with Panasonic's newest LCD projector, the PT-AX100U. It puts you front and center for the latest concert, big game or Hollywood blockbuster film with up to a 174" wide (over 14.5 feet) HD image. In addition to providing 2,000-lumen brightness - the brightest in its class* - the PT-AX100U also incorporates Panasonic's new Light Harmonizer technology, which produces bright, beautiful, easy-to-watch images even in a well-lit room. So you can spend the afternoon watching your favorite football team without having to close the drapes and still enjoy clear, brilliant images in crisp detail.
Developed especially for home theater use, the PT-AX100U incorporates all of Panasonic's highly acclaimed home cinema projector technologies. No compromises were made in its development or production. Our Hollywood Color Tuning includes a new Pure Color Filter developed in conjunction with David Bernstein and other top Hollywood colorist and directors of photography.** The result is technology that captures the artistic sensibilities of moviemakers with deeper, richer blacks, more vibrant color and a more dynamic overall viewing experience particularly for motion pictures.
The PT-AX100U integrates easily into your home theater system and offers outstanding setup flexibility. It can be placed on a coffee table, suspended from a ceiling or set on a bookshelf across the room from a screen. The awesome power of the large screen and the stunning detail of high definition is now ready for its big debut right in the comfort of your own home with our most impressive HD cinema projector yet - the PT-AX100U.
* For LCD projectors with native resolution of 720p, as of August 31, 2006.
** David Bernstein is a top Hollywood colorist whose expertise is evident in the telecine process (converting film to video) applied to a number of successful films, including "Titanic," "Moulin Rouge" and "X-Men."
Display Type .7-inch diagonal (16:9 aspect ratio) x 3
Native Resolution 1280 x 720
Brightness (ANSI lumens) 2,000
Contrast Ratio Up to 6,000:1
Lamp Type 220W UHM
Video Compatibility NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL 60, SECAM
YPBPR Compatibility 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720/50p, 720/60p, 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p
Digital Keystone Correction Yes (V)
Dynamic Iris Optical System Yes
Cinema Color Management Technology Yes
Smooth Screen Technology Yes
Progressive Cinema Scan (3/2 pulldown) Yes
Optical Axis Shift Horizontal and vertical
Remote Control Wireless
Dimensions (H x W x D) 413/32'' x 1517/32'' x 1125/32''
Weight 10.8 lbs
I would recommend downloading the brochure on their site under support & resources as it contains more details than the spec sheet I'm attaching, including mention of the ambient light sensor and adjustment.
Here's the detailed spec sheet in pdf form:
S_PT-AX100U.pdf 451.97265625k . file