Sony’s VPL-FHZ700L laser light-source projector can help a ministry enhance the worship experience, facilitate interactive teaching or solve complicated installation challenges.
WFM Staff · August 1, 2014
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Sony’s VPL-FHZ700L laser light-source projector can help a ministry enhance the worship experience, facilitate interactive teaching or solve complicated installation challenges. Building on the success of its first 3LCD laser light source projector, Sony has evolved its laser projector to offer 7,000 lumens of color brightness, making it ideal for houses of worship.
The VPL-FHZ700L delivers WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), instant on/off, tilt-angle-free design, edge blending, wide-range vertical/horizontal lens shift, advanced geometric correction and up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation. The FHZ700L also provides integration flexibility, with multiple interfaces and seven optional lenses.
Using Sony’s laser light-source technology, the VPL-FHZ700L combines the benefits of vivid color 3LCD technology with a long-life laser light source. The 20,000 hours of light source replacement time translates to a substantial savings in time and money, reducing the costs normally associated with bulb replacement. This also means staff can avoid the risk of climbing scaffolding and ladders to perform maintenance on lamps and filters.
The 7,000 lumens with 3LCD color brightness deliver images with vivid, natural color, and the projector provides near instantaneous power on/off and a constant brightness mode for long-time constant projection.
An optional slot-in HDBaseT board is available for the VPL-FHZ700L, enabling easier connectivity and reducing total system costs by using fewer cables, signal extenders and receiver boxes and decreasing the risk of failure points.