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Mitsubishi Diamond 3D SXRD Projector

Along with just about everyone else at CEDIA, Mitsubishi is demonstrating a 3D projector, this one based on Sony's SXRD technology. The Diamond 3D has no official model number yet, but it's targeted to throw 1200 ANSI lumens with a dynamic contrast ratio of 150,000:1. Interestingly, it can use Panasonic or Toshiba active glasses, though no glasses or IR emitter are included for an undisclosed price that I was told will be "less than the Sony."

I'm afraid the demo didn't look good—very dim with lots of breakup in moving images. I was told the demo unit was a prototype, but also that the projector is scheduled to ship by the end of October or early November, which is very soon for such an unfinished prototype.

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