Epson’s Brightest Laser Projector Ever Is Now Available

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Epson has announced that its brightest projector – the Pro L30000UNL – is now available. Stated as delivering 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness, it’s one of the company’s most technologically advanced projectors.

The Pro L30000UNL offers native WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement technology for a high contrast, true-to-life image. It suitable for events, rental and staging, auditoriums, lecture halls, and other large-venue applications.

“The Pro L30000UNL joins Epson’s extensive large-venue projector lineup, combining extreme brightness with the innovative projection technology and robust feature-sets for which Epson is known,” says Ramzi Shakra, product manager, Epson America. “We’ve included a full suite of premium features, some of which take advantage of the projector’s unique built-in cameras to make complex applications such as edge blending or stacking of multiple projectors faster and easier.”

The Pro L30000UNL is equipped with a solid-state laser light engine and an electrostatic air filter designed for up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation, and is compatible with the same eight optional interchangeable lenses as Epson’s Pro L25000U. The projector also includes a host of features to withstand the rigors of staging and live events, such as a mechanical shutter and sealed optical engine.

The projector comes equipped with a built-in camera enabling tools such as Stacking Assist, Tiling Assist and Auto-Color Calibration for seamless multi-screen images of networked projectors. These tools are accessible through the free Epson Projector Professional Tool (EPPT) software.

In addition to the black Pro L30000UNL, Epson offers a white Pro L30002UNL model for blending into virtually any setting where big, bright images are required.

The Epson Pro L30000UNL and Pro L30002UNL projectors are available now through authorized resellers. The laser projectors come with a limited warranty of three years or 20,000 hours, whichever comes first. Go here for additional information.

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