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VPL-FHZ57

4,100 lumens WUXGA laser light source projector

Superb image quality plus low running costs, minimal maintenance, flexible installation and low fan noise

The VPL-FHZ57 laser projector is ideal for a wide range of business, education and entertainment applications. Teamed with our BrightEra 3LCD projection engine, the advanced Z-Phosphor laser light source ensures detail-packed WUXGA resolution images with a generous 4,100 lumens brightness and rich, stable colours. Building on the success of Sony’s acclaimed first-generation laser projectors, advanced picture refinement technologies now assure even greater clarity and realism with any input source.

The laser light source allows up to 20,000 hours* of virtually zero maintenance operation without the worry of sudden lamp failures. Constant Brightness Mode maintains the same on-screen light levels throughout the laser source’s extra-long lifespan An automated filter system cuts the hassle of regular dust cleaning. Near-zero maintenance needs are complemented by a range of energy-saving features, driving down total lifetime ownership costs even further.

With a stylish blend-in design, tidy cable management and ultra-low fan noise, the VPL-FHZ57 fits beautifully into almost any environment – from academic institutions, corporate, medical training and public sector organisations to visitor attractions and retail spaces. Seamlessly blend images from multiple projectors to create super-sized displays, or project accurately proportioned images onto angled or curved surfaces. Mount the projector at any angle, even on its side or upside down. Set-up is refreshingly easy with a friendly installation menu.

VPLFHZ57/W is a white model.

VPLFHZ57/B is a black model.

Black and lensless models available in Europe; please check for local availability.

*Actual hours may vary depending on usage environment.

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Datasheet : VPL-FHZ57/Z60/Z65

Datasheet : VPL-FHZ57/Z60/Z65

Range Guide Summer 2017

Range Guide Summer 2017