Sony Multimedia Projector FX35 5000 ANSI Lumens XGA
The 5000 lumens brightness capacity easily places the Sony VPL-FX35 in the high capacity range, but that’s not all there is to the Sony FX35. Its Sony 3LCD BrightEra Projection Technology is firm assurance of accurate color rendition, with an outstanding colour display from the FX35. Add 2000:1 contrast ratio, all combining to deliver consistent picture quality vibrancy. With the XGA (1,024 x 768) native resolution Sony VPL-FX35, hgh display quality can be taken for granted. With the versatility to display 720p, 1080i, 1080p high definition content, the superb picture quality is the output you get.
The Sony VPL-FX35 is one of the most-trusted 5000 lumens projectors for large venue projector installations. It’s known to be rugged and reliable and able to deliver the top performance that’s expected for such fixed installation projector for large venue deployment. With the Sony VPL-FX35 projector, you need to look no further, if the need is for a high quality, high capacity projector, fit for major installation.
Installation flexibility, with multiple input options, is part of the highpoint of the 5000 lumens Sony VPL-FX35 Projector. You even get an optional choice of lenses. Yes, the FX35 uses a high-resolution ARC-F lens that offers outstanding quality. The connectivity options include DVI-D, S-Video, and composite video and there is a built-in networking capability to boot.
Key Features of Sony VPL-FX35 Projector
Here’s a snapshot from Sony of the key features of the VPL-FX35 Projector:
3 LCD XGA BrightEra Panel
Very high brightness: 5,000Ansi Lumens
Standard Lens has wide Manual Zoom (x1.6) and Throw Ratio (1.4 to 2.3)
Interchangeable Optional Lenses: Z1024, Z1032
Wide lens shift range: Vertical: +50%, Horizontal: +/- 33%
Long lamp replacement time: 3000-4000 hours (High/Std)
Filter maintenance synchronised with lamp replacement
Lower operating power consumption than previous models
The wide range of inputs for a variety of source devices
D-Sub15 output for external monitor connection