Epson Unveils New Pro L30000UNL, Its Brightsest Projector To Date

by | Dec 19, 2020 | Gear, News, Production, Video

Epson has introduced the new Pro L30000UNL, its brightest projector housed in a compact form factor that’s stated to deliver 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness. It’s available now.

The Pro L30000UNL offers native WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement technology for a high contrast, true-to-life image, making it well-suited for applications such as houses of worship, 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 has a solid-state laser light engine and an electrostatic air filter 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.

Further, it’s 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.

Overview:

— 3-chip LCD laser projector with 4K Enhancement3 – 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness, delivers vibrant, true-to-life images

— Full HD widescreen display – Native WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement3 provides up to 4.6 million pixels on the screen

— Worry-free operation – Solid-state laser light source and electrostatic air filter provide virtually maintenance-free operation for up to 20,000 hours4
4K-ready lenses with powered lens shift and memory

– Eight optional interchangeable lenses available (sold separately)
Mechanical shutter – Protects the projector from damage during laser light shows

— Stacking Assist – For fast, simple stacking of two projectors

— Tiling Assist for projecting large images – Enables fast setup for edge blending in multi-projector applications

— Built-in cameras – Easily facilitates Stacking Assist, Tiling Assist and auto-color calibration of networked projectors

— Supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) content – Includes HDR105 (PQ) and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) connectivity

— Frame interpolation – Helps ensure image clarity when projecting scenes with fast-moving objects

The new 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 more specifics.

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