Optoma has launched the next-generation model to its successful ZU650 and ZU650+ projectors, the Optoma ProScene ZU660, which is aimed at the ProAV market.
Improving on its predecessors, the Optoma ZU660 features four corner adjustments, enhanced colour matching integration, compatibility with Optoma's BX-CTA16 and BX-CTADOME lenses, and other performance upgrades to deliver greater installation versatility, reliability and performance, says the company.
The ProScene ZU660 is a 1,920 x 1,200 WUXGA laser phosphor projector designed for a variety of professional venues, including museums, boardrooms, houses of worship, and smaller entertainment venues. With 6,000 ANSI lumens and up to 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio with Extreme Black enabled, the ZU660 is built to effectively light up complex professional settings.
Featuring built-in advanced colour matching with HSG adjustment, it is equipped for seamless image blending and produces bright, razor-sharp images with accurate colour definition, says Optoma. It uses a laser phosphor light source with up to 20,000 hours of nearly-maintenance free operation, and is compatible with multiple interchangeable optical lens options.
Additional features of the projector include motorized lens shift, zoom, and focus; 50% vertical and 15% horizontal lens shift; and HDBaseT, 2 HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, and 3D SYNC In and Out connectivity options.
The Optoma ZU660 is available for an estimated street price of US$5,999.