Optoma Debuts UHZ65 Laser Phosphor 4K Projector for $4,999

At InfoComm, Optoma introduced two new 4K UHD resolution (3840×2160) projectors to bring the ultimate in crisp, sharp images to the market. With the laser phosphor-based Optoma UHZ65, the $4,999. In addition, the company unveiled availability and pricing for its 4K500 lamp-based 4K UHD projector at $6,999.

The UHZ65 is spec’d at 2,800 lumens, a 1,500,000:1 contrast ratio, compatibility with HDR10 and the color gamut (REC.2020) and it’s integrated with a 15 percent vertical lens shift with a 1.6x optical zoom. HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 inputs allow for uncompressed 4K sources up to 18Gbps to be connected. Aimed at corporate environments, houses of worship and ProAV installations, the Optoma 4K500 4K UHD projector is also 3840×2160 and spec’d at 5,000 lumens, a 1,200,000:1 contrast ratio with Dynamic Black enabled, horizontal and vertical lens shift, motorized zoom and focus, keystone correction and a 2.0x zoom ratio. It is also has a variety of inputs, including HDMI 2.0. It will ship in July for $6,999.

Here are are all the specs on both.