Optoma UHD50 4K Home Theater Projector 2400 Lumens 4K
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Optoma UHD50 Projector
Projector Central: "Optoma UHD50 is uniquely impressive for several reasons. It has lens shift which the others do not, it has a noticeably deeper black level, and it has the lowest fan noise in the group. In addition, there are no obvious flaws -- the picture is sharply focused from side to side and top to bottom, there are no hot spots or fading on the edges, and color balance is reasonably well-tuned right out of the box so you can fire it up and get into an enjoyable big screen experience without worrying about calibration if you don't want to."
|Optoma UHD50 Projector||Throw Ratio: 1.21~1.59:1|
|Screen Size:||Installation Distance|
|92" 204 x 115 cm||2.5m to 3.2m|
|100" 221m x 125cm||2.6m to 3.4m|
|110" 244cm x 137cm||3.0m to 3.8m|
|120" 266cm x 149cm||3.2m to 4.1m|
|135" 299cm x 168cm||3.6m to 4.7m|
|150" 332cm x 187cm||4.1m to 5.2m|
- 4K Resolution
- 2300 Lumens
- 500,000:1 Contrast
- Rec. 709, High Dynamic Range
- 4K UHD and bright 2,400 lumens with RGBRGB color wheel
- HDR10 and DCI-P3 wide color gamut for brighter whites, deeper black-levels and vivid colors
- Dynamic Black delivers 500,000:1 contrast ratio for exceptional black levels
- HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 ensure compatibility with 4K UHD video sources
- Vertical lens shift and 1.3x zoom for easy and flexible installation
Bring the cinematic 4K UHD experience home with the Optoma UHD50
Transform your living room into a home theater with the affordable Optoma UHD50 4K UHD projector. Its 2400 lumens, up to 500,000:1 contrast ratio combined, wide color gamut and HDR compatibility deliver amazing detail, clarity and vibrant colors.
The latest Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset forms its heart and meets the CTA definition of 4K Ultra HD. It projects 8.3-million simultaneous distinct pixels at screen sizes up to 140-inches for immersive cinematic experiences.
HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support ensures it works with the latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60 Hz refresh rates for unmatched eye-candy and smoothness. A 1.3x optical zoom and 15% vertical lens shift provide installation flexibility.
DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a proprietary technology that offers digital projection with higher contrast, faster response time, good pixel structure, and virtually no color degradation.
Our projectors are capable of reproducing the Rec.709 color gamut, the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate reproduction of cinematic color exactly as the director intended. Our projectors can also create saturated colors, great for gaming and animated movies.
Dynamic Black Technology
This feature gives more depth to your image by smoothly adjusting the lamp output to create a stunning high contrast ratio. Bright scenes appear crisp and clear, while dark scenes remain detailed with deep blacks and exceptional light and shade detail.
This technology ensures all the information contained in an image is accurately reproduced on the screen to give a stunning crystal clear, pin-sharp picture. Complex algorithms detect each frame and improve image sharpness before the frame is projected.
This feature allows you to save your calibrated day and night mode settings for the ideal viewing experience.
Long Lamp Life
Reduce the number of lamp changes with lamp life of up to 6500 hours.
Vertical Lens Shift
Vertical lens shift simplifies installations by shifting the image up and down without image distorsion to provide a wider range of projector placement possibilities, making it easier to position the projector in a room.
Enhanced Color Wheel
An RGBRGB color wheel increases the color ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image.
High dynamic range (HDR) technology delivers brighter whites and deeper black levels. Optoma HDR accepts HDR10 signals with four selectable picture modes: Normal, Bright, Detail, Film
Color the way it is meant to be seen – rich, colorful and cinematic pictures and games via DCI-P3 wide color gamut coverage.
HDR signals are mapped using REC.2020 tone mapping and provides coverage for REC.709, DCI-P3 and a wide coverage color gamut.