Epson Intros Pro L30000U, Its Brightest LV Laser Projector Ever, Plus Compact Pro L10-Series

Epson today announced it will be showcasing its newest laser projector technology at InfoComm 2019. Its new range of compact, interchangeable-lens Pro L10-Series laser projectors, the new Pro L30000U (now available in white and black) and the ELPLX01 and ELPLX02 ultra short-throw lenses on display at InfoComm 2019 in booth, #2129.

The Pro L10-Series are 4K compatible (using Epson’s 4K Enhancement technology) compact, interchangeable-lens laser projectors with HDBaseT and a wide lens shift range. Aimed for large venue applications, there are 11 optional powered lenses, including a .35 throw ratio ultra short-throw lens with zero offset. The entire line of projectors have built-in image warping, edge blending, overlay shape and color filters, playlists and free software for multi-projector setup. They produce high contrast images and are spec’d to throw light meeting a BT.709 color space.

Designed live productions where very high brightness is required, the Epson Pro L30000U high-end laser projector is the brightest of the Pro L Series. Also aimed at rental, staging and other large-venue applications, this projector combines a laser light engine with inorganic components for a maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source that generates 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness. The native WUXGA resolution (1920×1200) projector also includes 4K Enhancement Technology, sealed optical engine, 3G-SDI and HDBaseT connectivity.

The ELPLX01 and ELPLX02 ultra short-throw lenses are now available in white for seamless integration into a wide variety of installations when paired with Epson’s white projectors. Available alongside Epson’s extensive selection of lenses, the ultra short-throw lenses project supersized images from just a few feet away. Featuring a 0.35 throw ratio and zero offset, they provide an ideal solution for installation in narrow spaces and rear-projection applications. Plus, their wide lens shift range offers even more flexibility when needed.

See related  InFocus Is Back - But Only From Ingram Micro

In addition to its large venue laser projection lineup, Epson’s booth will feature Moverio augmented reality smart glasses solutions and BrightLink interactive display technologies. Epson LightScene will also be on display, demonstrating unique digital customer experiences for retail, hospitality and more.

Here is everything.