Issue 25

7k Lumens from Optoma

Optoma Is Introducing World's First 7,000+ Lumens, Fixed Lens, Professional Laser Projectors – Optoma ZU720T & ZU720TST


1 December 2020

Introducing Optoma ZU720T and ZU720TST, the world’s first 7,000+ lumens, fixed lens professional projectors, recently added to Optoma’s ProScene series. Powered by Optoma’s unique DuraCore Laser technology, the new models deliver more than 7,000 ANSI lumens and high colour precision, with versatile installation options for a wide range of applications.

Optoma ZU720T and ZU720TST are both high brightness, fixed lens projectors, featuring the powerful 360-degree and portrait installation modes, up to 1.8x manual zoom, full lens shift, and built-in blending, warping and 4-corner correction options, are dedicated to offer everything an interchangeable lens projector can offer, but at an affordable price point.

In addition, ZU720T and ZU720TST deliver stunning images with 4K and HDR compatibility, featuring 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The advanced thermal design and optical engine also allows operation for 24/7 and up to 30,000 hours, with virtually no maintenance needed.

Optoma ZU720T and ZU720TST are designed to fulfil every need of professional installation settings. Combined with a compact and lightweight design, it is perfect for applications including digital signage, projection mapping, auditoriums, lecture halls, museums, house of worship, and multi-projector installations.

Optoma ProScene ZU720T & ZU720TST Laser Projectors:

  • Native WUXGA resolution (1,920×1,200)
  • 4K UHD and HDR Compatible
  • DuraCore Laser Technology
  • 7,500 ANSI Lumens (ZU720T) & 7,000ANSI Lumens (ZU720TST)
  • 1,000,000:1 Contrast ratio
  • Fixed Lens with powered 1.8x zoom (ZU720T)/1.26x zoom (ZU720TST)
  • Full motorised lens shift
  • Built-in warping, blending, 4-corner correction
  • Integrated HDBaseT connectivity

Optoma ProScene ZU720T and ZU720TST are available now in Australia.

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