We round-up the latest rear-projection and front-projection DLPs.
Marantz VP-11S1
Mitsubishi HD1000U
Epson PowerLite Home Cinema and Pro Cinema
Optoma HD7300
Projectiondesign Action! Model Three 1080
Sim2 D80
BenQ W10000
Runco Reflection RS-1100 and RS-1100 Ultra
Sharp XV-Z20000, XV-Z3100
Vidikron Vision Model 70
Viewsonic PJ258D
InFocus SP777
NuVision 52LEDLP
Optoma BigVizion HDBV5120
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BenQ W10000

The BenQ W10000 DLP projector is only one of a few models that fully supports 1080p/24fps (frames per second). Why is this important? A film’s native rate is 24fps, whereas video plays at a rate of 30 or 60fps. To compensate for the difference in frame rates it’s necessary to use a conversion process known as 3:2 pulldown to play standard DVDs. The downside is it can cause motion artifacts. Projectors such as the W10000 bypass this process completely for the most realistic film-like experience.

The W10000 uses the latest DLP DarkChip3 to boost image contrast, restoring detail in dark-lit scenes plus the lens aperture can be varied to compensate for bright and dark scenes.

The W10000 is compatible with Panamorph lenses, which handle playback in the original widescreen format (2.35:1 aspect) for maximum resolution without distortion or letterboxing.

DLP Technology: Single-chip DarkChip3 DMD

Native resolution: 1920 x 1080p

Contrast ratio: 10,000:1

ANSI Lumens: 1,200

Video inputs: 1 HDMI w/HDCP; 2 Component (RCA and BNC); Analog RGB BNC x5; 2 S-Video; 1 Composite

Communications Connections: 1 RS-232; 1 12V Trigger

Lamp Life (in hours): 2,000 (normal mode) 3,000 (economy mode)

Price: $9,999

Web Site: www.benq.com

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