Newly Developed 0.47-inch DMD for Bright High-definition 4K Images
4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) is four times full HD resolution. As 4K content rapidly becomes mainstream for broadcasting, streaming and optical discs, you can be sure that the LX-UH1 will make the most of it, providing a bright, vibrant picture with all the detail. Impressive colour reproduction almost makes you feel immersed in the scenes unfolding on the screen.
The laser light source is able to control light output instantaneously so brightness can be controlled dynamically with much less delay than on projectors that use mechanical apertures, therefore the LX-NZ3 can reproduce images closer to human perception. Additionally, in response to a black signal, the laser can control output to produce a contrast of infinity:1.
18Gbps HDMI Input with HDCP2.2
Compatible with full-spec 4K input at 18Gbps throughput – supporting 4K/60p 4:4:4/36bit, 4K/60p 4:2:2/36bit, and 4K/24p 4:4:4/36bit signals – for more vivid colours and subtle gradations. What’s more, HDCP2.2 compatibility means that this projector supports the latest video-streaming services and copyright-protected content such as UHD Blu-ray discs.
Wide Lens Shift Function: ±60% Vertical, ±23% Horizontal
A compact design facilitates projector installation – but if lens shift is insufficient it may require keystone adjustment, which can degrade picture quality. It features a wide lens shift: ±60% vertically and ±23% horizontally.
Bright Picture and 100% Coverage of Rec. 709
Viewing movies, broadcast and other content in a room that’s well lit can be difficult with a conventional projector. But despite its compact size, the LX-NZ3 offers brightness of 3,000 lumens thanks to a highly efficient lamp system. And 100% coverage of the Rec. 709 gamut means you enjoy beautiful colour rendition.
When an HDR10 signal is detected the system uses a technique called "Auto Tone Mapping" which uses included mastering information that indicates the brightness of the content to make automatic brightness adjustments to provide the optimal setting for the specific content. This function can also be used in conjunction with the HDR Optimizer installed in some Panasonic UHD-BD players to give the optimal HDR image even in the absence of mastering information. However, if there is no mastering information included in the content and the viewer is not using a Panasonic UHD-BD player, the brightness settings will refer to a fixed value or need manual adjustment.