launches 4K HDR home cinema projector X12000H with price tag of Rs 5 lakhs

BenQ has launched a digital home cinema projector X12000H in India. Priced at Rs 5 lakhs, the X12000 projector promised to offer theater-like image quality with CimenaticColor technology

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has launched a digital home cinema projector X12000H in India. Priced at Rs 5 lakhs, the X12000 projector promised to offer theater-like image quality with CimenaticColor technology. The company informed that the 4K UHD projector X12000H utilizes DLP 4K UHD DMD’s 4.15 million micromirrors and the fast switching speed as well as the advanced image processing capability of the DLP 4K UHD chipset to achieve CTA’s 4K UHD specification.

The 14-element lens array is structured into six groups with a metal barrel and cell framework, far 1080p projector technology with greater light penetration for long-lasting 4K intensity.

The projector-optimized HDR technology by both HDR10 and HLG support and equipped with BenQ’s Auto HDR Color Rendition and Cinema-Optimized technology.

X12000H combines HLD LEDs and BenQ CinematicColor Technology to achieve wide DCI-P3 color space, covering far greater visible spectrum than Rec. 709. With DCI-P3, X12000H reproduces authentic cinematic quality.

With the ability to adjust focus automatically regardless of screen size variations, X12000H’s True Zoom system adjusts automatically to follow focus adjustments,
optimizing the zoom ratio to deliver visually perfect focus without blemish. The three focusing lens groups adjust simultaneously with the zoom lens group to negate any
curved field for immaculate cinematic performance and high-precision clarity at every corner of the image.

The projector is priced at Rs 5 lakhs.

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