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The DLA-NZ7 D-ILA projector is the world first home cinema projector to feature 8K/60p/4K120p input. It is equipped with a new 8K/e-shift proprietary technology to reproduce 8K quality images.

JVC NZ7, BLU-ESCENT LASER, 8k projector

SKU: JVC-DLA-NZ7-BK
£9,593.00Price
    • 8K/e-shift technology reproduces 8K image quality
    • New 0.69" 4K D-ILA (4096 x 2160) device x 3
    • BLU-Escent Laser Light Source
    • 17 element, 15 group all glass 65mm diameter high quality lens
    • High brightness of 2,200lm provides vibrant and dynamic images
    • Native Contrast Ratio of 40,000:1 translates to a spectacular Dynamic Contrast Ratio of ∞ :1
    • 2x HDMI (48 Gbps, HDCP 2.3) inputs, supporting 8K60P and 4K120P input signals
    • HDR10+ contains the metadata of the producer’s intentions for each scene, and with such data, the projector is able to automatically reproduce images as the creator intended.
    • Frame Adapt HDR* dynamically tone maps any HDR10 content frame by frame or scene by scene and automatically performs adjustment to achieve optimal images close to reality as seen by human eyes. As a part the Frame Adapt HDR, the projector offers improved gamma processing accuracy from 12bit to 18 bit equivalent to reproduce smoother and finer gradation
    • New Theater Optimizer** function, which works in Frame Adapt HDR mode, offers optimum HDR images by analysing usage environments using the screen size and gain information and intelligently adjusts tone mapping.
    • Auto Tone Mapping function automatically adjusts settings for optimum HDR10 image quality
    • For easy reproduction, the projector switches automatically to HDR picture mode when HDR10 signals are received
    • Nine settings of Installation Mode include Lens Control, Pixel Adjustment, Mask, Anamorphic on or off, Screen Adjust, Installation Style, Keystone, Pincushion, and Aspect; stored installation modes for various environments can be called up.
    • Low Latency Mode suppresses display delay for faster response when receiving signals from PC and game consoles

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