Digital Projection LED

From Digital Projection we get the M-Vision Cine LED. This single chip DLP projector, if you're following the drift here, uses LED illumination to replace the projection lamp. As with the other digital projectors we saw at the show, from Runco, Projectiondesign, and SIM2, it's not a torch, is rated at a modest 600 lumens. Includes dynamic black for a rated peak contrast ration of 10,000:1 (2,000:1 native), and is best used on screens no wider than 8 feet. The screen it was used with at the show was 5.5' wide Stewart with a gain of 1.3. Or that's what a Digital Projection rep said. It did look a bit larger than that.

The images it produced were impressive, though the setup (with the screen high above head height in space that was dark but with many brighter projectors showing simultaneously on brighter screens) made critical judgments difficult. Price about $15K-$16K when it becomes available early in 2010.

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