Panasonic world’s lightest Laser Projector features an impressive 1.6x zoom and vertical/horizontal Lens-Shift that perfectly align large-format pictures on screen in big or small spaces. Light-source operation extends up to 20,000 hours with bright colour maintained for longer.
Vivid Images in Bright Environments
SOLID SHINE Laser phosphor drive with advanced LCD optical engine projects bright, vivid, and detailed images regardless of artificial light levels in the room. Text is finely resolved, while graphics and video retain high colour saturation and contrast for immersive viewing.
High Brightness from a Compact Body
Deploy 4,500 lumens of brightness from a projector weighing just 7.2 kg, currently the smallest and lightest LCD laser projector series in the world. High brilliance makes pictures pop even under the glare of interior lights, making projection more engaging than ever.
No Light-Source Replacement for 20,000 Hours
Laser light-source operation extends up to 20,000 hours, lowering maintenance cost, labour, and waste when compared to lamp-based alternatives. Organisations can slim down spare-part inventories and minimise downtime.
1.6x Zoom Lens and Lens Shift Function
The 1.6x zoom lens with flexible 1.09–1.77:1 throw-ratio enables large-format projection from close up or far away from the screen: ideal for permanent installation in large or small rooms. Wide-range Vertical/Horizontal Lens-Shift aligns the image to fit the projection surface in moments. This is handy when the projection position is too high, too low, or off-centre.
Reusable Air Filter Extends Maintenance
In areas with average levels of dust, such as classrooms and offices, the projector’s air filter doesn’t require maintenance for up to 20,000 hours. The eco-friendly filter can be washed and reused up to two times, saving on replacement costs.
Single-Cable DIGITAL LINK Solution
A dedicated DIGITAL LINK terminal transmits AV and control signals via LAN cable for up to 150 m and 4K video for up to 50 m. Optional DIGITAL LINK Switcher and Digital Interface Box reduce complexity, acting as a hub for connected sources and routing signals to the projector via one cable. A separate LAN terminal offers dedicated control interface if preferred.