- Functions: Project 6" ~ 65" image from internal memory or external media players
- Optical Technology: LCoS
- Light Source: RGB LED
- LCD Display: 2.4" LCD
- Brightness: 15 Lumens
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3
- Resolution: 640 x 480 (VGA)
- Projection Image Size: 6" ~ 65"(15cm ~ 165.1cm )(Diagonal)
- Projection Distance: 19cm~206cm
- Contrast: 200:1
- Zoom & Focus: Manual
- Projection Source: External from 3-in-1 AV jack, build-in memory or memory card
- Play Back Format: Photo: JPEG; Video: MPEG-4( ASF), H.264(MP4), M-JPEG(AVI); Audio:MP3
- Sensor Resolution: 5M
- Video Clip: 720P
- Image Resolution: 8M
- Lens Focus: Fixed
- Output: HDMI, Audio
- Audio Speaker: Mono
- Build-in Memory: 2GB
- Memory Slot: MicroSD up to 32GB
- Power Supply: AC power adapter (5V/2A) or embedded rechargeable battery. 2100mAH
- Battery Life: Up to 120 mintues
- Bundled Software: Arcsoft Media Converte
- OSD: EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/NL/PT/BPT/TR/SW/RU/TH/JP/KO/TC/SC
- Dimension: 125 x 62 x 24mm/4.9 x 2.4 x 0.9in(LxWxH)
- World's first 720P HD multi-media pocket projector Z20 featuring high definition and high brightness could be used as camcorder, camera as well as projector
- With the functions of camcorder and projector, you could immediately project the images just taken without file conversion
- Z20 is the useful portable projection device for you to record, instantly share and review the best moments and improve the effectiveness of communication in the meeting or give topics for discussion in the applying the most advanced 3M RGB optical technology
- Z20 projects the true image colors in high contrast and greatly improves the quality of portable projectors
- It could be connected to the computer through the USB as well as via AV-in cable to connect multiple image sources, including mobile phones, video recorders, Wii and other game consoles and used as a 65-inch mobile TV use
- Easy connection, the most convenient mobile display / mobile TV solutions
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- This digital cinema projector is featured by the high definition and high brightness
- This home theatre projector is multi-function which could be used as camcorder, camera as well as projector
- With the functions of camcorder and projector, you could immediately project the images just by using this digital cinema projector without file conversion
- And this digital cinema projector is the useful portable projection device for you to record, instantly share and review the best moments etc
- Moreover, this projector is the best HD projector which is characterized by the easy connection, the most convenient mobile display or mobile TV solutions
Digital Cinema Projectors Information?
- Digital Cinema Projectors Information
While video projectors have existed for many years, cinema-quality digital projectors that rival the quality of traditional film are a relatively new innovation. Today, theaters around the world are upgrading to digital projectors to screen films that were shot or produced digitally and to prepare for the next generation of movies.
- Today, nearly every feature film passes through a stage of digital filmmaking. Although film is still used to photograph the primary footage in the majority of films, that film is often scanned and turned into what is known as a digital intermediary: a digital version of the film that can be easily manipulated with any number of computer programs. Traditionally, this digital intermediary was enhanced, edited and then re-printed to film so that it could be projected. With the rising popularity of digital cinema projection, some films are now distributed as digital video files that are projected with a digital cinema projector.
- In other cases, entire films are made without any film at all. This occurs when filmmakers shoot directly on high-definition digital video, then edit digitally and produce a digital final product. In 2002 "Star Wars: Episode II" was one of the first commercial films to be produced entirely digitally, although film prints were made of the film to be screened at the many theaters, which had yet to add digital cinema projectors to their existing line of film projectors.
- Early digital cinema projectors relied on DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology. The DLP system was developed by Texas Instruments in the 1980s. DLP projectors use a series of microscopic mirrors attached directly to a semiconductor computer chip. Each mirror corresponds to a single pixel of the digital image that is projected. Because of its reliance on physical mirrors, DLP projection has a maximum resolution of 1280x1024 pixels, which is below today's high-definition standard.
- The next generation of digital cinema projectors were based on the Silicon X-tal Reflective Display (SXRD) system developed by Sony. SXRD projectors have been manufactured since 2004. They use a silicone chip and liquid crystals (similar to those used in an LCD screen) to produce a vibrant image that can be displayed at a much higher resolution than DLP projectors are capable of.
Digital Versus Film
- There are benefits to both traditional film-based and new digital methods of film production and projection. One of the more significant advantages of digital cinema is its low cost. Filmmakers with access to digital cameras are able to shoot far more footage at less expense, and there are no processing costs as there are with film.
- Likewise, when a film is finished and ready to be exhibited, the cost of printing physical film reels and shipping them to theaters is enormous. Producing digital copies and distributing them either on tangible media (hard drives, discs, or memory cards) or, in some cases, through secure Internet connections, saves distributors and exhibitors many thousands of dollars. While some audience members have complained about the quality of digital cinema compared with film, the most current equipment is able to produce and project an image that is nearly indistinguishable.
Digital Cinema Initiatives
- For ensuring the quality of digital cinema, six major Hollywood studios formed Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) in 2002. DCI has published its specifications for the quality of digital cinema, which are voluntarily followed by its member studios. These specifications are also used as a guide by the designers and manufacturers of digital cinema cameras and projectors.
- The specifications released by DCI are continuously updated to reflect the possibilities offered by new technology. They feature minimum standards for picture quality, audio quality and file compression. DCI also suggests different standards that projectors should support so that they will be capable of playing all digital movies that follow DCI standards.
- Besides its technical requirements, DCI also sets standards for security so that digital cinema can be encrypted safely and then read and displayed properly when it is screened. Measures intended to keep digital movies safe from tampering or unwanted copying are among DCI's primary motives. DCI sets procedures both for the encryption of a video file as well as the corresponding process through which it is decoded by the digital cinema projector.
- Despite the ease with which most digital files can be copied, digital movies following DCI's encryption standards are seen as more secure than films released on traditional prints. This is partly because the low cost of producing additional copies of a new film allows studios to perform a worldwide release. Moving a film from city to city or to new countries over time allows the movie to be pirated and sold in an unauthorized version before it is available in theaters in certain markets. Worldwide releases are seen as a key way of discouraging piracy by making the film available to all audiences at the same time.
How to Install Digital Theater Projectors?
- A home theater projector can recreate the cinema experience at home.
A home theater projector allows the viewer to have an extremely large, high quality picture without paying the high price for an equivalent TV. Home theater projectors range in quality from basic $50 low resolution models to almost-cinema-quality high definition (HD) costing several thousands of dollars. It it fairly simple to install and should take less than an hour to complete.
- Select a screen size. Determine where the screen will go and measure how large it should be. Many consumer model projectors can go over 100 inches in screen size.
- Real the manual. Look for the distance to screen size ratio. For example, if the screen size will be 80 inches then there will be a corresponding distance the projector should be positioned from that screen.
- Mount the projector. The projector can be mounted on top of a table or hung from the ceiling using a mounting bracket. Consult the manufacturer regarding the appropriate model of mounting bracket. These brackets are usually less than $100 and can easily be screwed into the ceiling. Some users may opt for simply mounting the projector on a table as this allows the projector to be more portable.
- Connect the VGA, RCA or HDMI cables (these cables should come with the projector). Newer projectors should have an HDMI cable port, which is the highest quality connection. Run the cable to either the cable box or receiver and plug the cable into the "Output" ports. The unit is now accepting a digital signal feed.
- Install the screen. The screen can be as simple as a white bed sheet or white wall. Special projector screen fabric exists and can be purchased with frames for certain screen sizes. The prices of prefabricated screens vary, but expect to pay over $100 for most sizes.
- Turn on the projector, cable box and receiver. Select the appropriate input on the projector (VGA, RCA or HDMI). The projector should begin projecting onto the screen. Adjust the focus of the projector so that the image is clear.
- Project any time and any where
- 1 x HDMI High Definition Line
- 1 x USB Data Line
- 1 x 3in1 AV Line (RCA jack to mini jack
- 1 x Tripod
- 1 x AC Adapter
- 1 x Remote Control
- 1 x Manual
- 1 x Carrying Case
- 1 x Projector
- 1 x 16G SD Card
- 1 x SDMMC