First-Ever 1080 HD 3-Chip DLP® 7,000 Lumen Digital Projector
The Christie HD8Kc offers high resolution, crisp images from 10-bit processing combined with an HD platform – the next level of unparalleled presentation power.
The first-ever native HD resolution 3-chip DLP® 7,000 lumen digital projector utilizes Xenon illumination – the pinnacle of image color accuracy and adjustability in easy to use, flexible packages.
The Christie HD8Kc 1920 x 1080 native resolution and a variable contrast ratio of 1500-2000:1 for crisp, detailed images. Next generation DLP® technology, high-quality optics and proven 10-bit image processing deliver exceptional image quality. The addition of a yellow notch filter creates greater separation between the primary colors, enhancing the Christie HD8Kc with richer color depth for a film-like experience.
The Christie HD8Kc features high-quality lenses specifically designed to increase image sharpness and provide manual contrast adjustment for impeccable control over your images. This model also features standard built-in edge-blending, two HD input channels that will also allow 4:4:4 signals, digital dark level adjustment, ILS™ on zoom and focus, and DMX 512 communication capabilities.
The Christie HD Series – the brightest, clearest HD imaging available in the world.
* True HD native resolution (1920 x 1080)
* Increased color depth offers film-like color correction for stunning brilliance
* 1500-2000:1 contrast ratio enabling highly enhanced image detail, with blacker blacks and whiter whites
* Smallest, high-performance 3-chip DLP® product offers the pinnacle of image color accuracy and adjustability
* True 10-bit image processing offers high-bandwidth signal processing
* Xenon lamp system provides repeatability of photo-realistic colors and ability to accurately color-match images
* 2 High Definition input channels that allow 4:4:4 HD signals
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