JVC introduces simulation projector
JVC professional products has unveiled the DLA-VS2100U D-ILA projector, the newest addition to JVC’s Visualisation Series.
The DLA-VS2100U has a new optical engine that uses three D-ILA imagers to deliver 1920x1080 native resolution and 20,000:1 native contrast ratio, which is double the contrast of JVC’s current model, the DLA-VS2000U.
The new projector also features a new 220W UHP lamp that delivers 1000 ANSI lumens, an increase in brightness that will provide greater brightness headroom in larger or low-efficiency systems as well as a lower cost of ownership.
A key new feature is an anti-smear reduction mode, which reduces image smearing during fast-motion scenes through frame insertion or black frame insertion without sacrificing light output. In addition, a new colour management system enables users to match colour primaries to other projectors. The DLA-VS2100U is also more compatible with software genlock synchronisation used in some simulation environments, and it offers Ethernet connectivity, in addition to RS-232, for network-based monitoring and projector control.
With two HDMI and a VGA input, the DLA-VS2100U supports 1080p/60 and 1080p/50 video formats. Horizontal and vertical lens shift provide installation flexibility, and a rugged chassis and optional fixed offset lens mount makes the unit suitable for motion-based applications.