Sony will launch new projectors and a ‘robotic’ camera at Integrate 2015 – Australia’s leading professional AV and systems integration trade show held in Melbourne from 25-27 August.
Sony uses the 3LCD system for its projectors which provides superior colour luminance, vivid and sharp images, brightness, whiter whites, deeper blacks and smoother motion than typical DLP based systems.
Three new models – VPL-EW348 (WXGA), VPL-EW345 (WXGA) and VPL-EX345 (XGA) have 4200 lumens brightness and a range of connectivity options including HDMI, HDBaseT (Cat5e/6 Ethernet for video, audio, IP and control up to 100 meters), lamp life up to 10,000 hours and a 16W speaker.
The VPL-FHZ65 is a new 6,000 lumen 3LCD and Z-phosphor laser unit designed for a range of business, education and entertainment applications. It provides native WUXGA (1920x1200), 20,000 hour light source, 600” image, 10,000:1 contrast and a huge range of inputs – RGB/Y PR (D-Sub), DVI, HDMI, HDBaseT, BNC, Remote, 10/100 Ethernet and IR. It uses a range of lenses for short/long focus zoom.
The VPL-FHZ60 shares most of the features of the FHZ65 with a 5,000 lumen output.
The ‘robotic camera’ SRG-120DU is a full HD, 60fps, camera that can connect by USB 3.0 or over IP networks. The f/1.8 lens is good for low light and you can remotely pan, tilt, focus, and zoom with an IP remote control panel for BRC cameras. These cameras are becoming widely used in convention centre environments to record speeches and for room monitoring.
“The new SRG-120DU camera combines quality HD video and professional functions with the simplicity of operating a consumer product,” said Garry Rhodin, General Manager, Professional Solutions Division, Sony Australia & New Zealand. “Plugging the camera directly to a PC through its USB 3.0 input converts any boardroom, classroom, courtroom or medical space into a connected environment.”
To secure your free entry to the Integrate 2015 show floor visit https://integrate-expo.com