Enjoy bright images in many everyday settings with the Panasonic PT-VZ580U 5000-Lumen WUXGA 3LCD Projector. Its 5000 lumens of brightness and 16,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio will work together to overcome light in relatively bright rooms and provide detail in dark areas of the image. It sports a 1920 x 1200 WUXGA native resolution for viewing HD video and detailed pictures or data. The projector's 1.09 to 1.77:1 throw ratio and 1.6x manual zoom provide a range of throw distances for focused images. The PT-VZ580U features RCA composite video, two HDMI, and two VGA inputs to connect to nearly any device. Its analog audio input and output will allow you to pass sound through the projector to your sound system of choice, and one VGA input can instead act as an output to daisy-chain multiple projectors or displays together. The PT-VZ580U is controllable via the included remote control or Ethernet, with various control software options.
The high-powered PT-VZ580U works comfortably in permanent or portable applications. WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixel) resolution native to the PT-VZ580 brings crisp Full HD to meeting spaces and classrooms for immersive viewing. With high brightness of up to 5,500 lm, and an increased 16,000:1 contrast ratio, your audience is treated to vivid colors, inky blacks, pure highlights, and clearly legible text reproduction. For the first time in a Panasonic portable, users can correct for slight color variations in the reproduction range of individual units set up for multi-projection. This is particularly useful for side-by-side configurations. Very large images can be seamlessly presented in auditoriums and boardrooms. The PT-VZ580 projector is extremely efficient to run. Air filter replacement cycle is a class-leading 7,000 hours, and the unit can be washed and reused twice to minimize waste. Lamp life is also extended to 7,000 hours in ECO2 mode, meaning part refreshment can be performed together with filter maintenance to reduce downtime. Proprietary technology delivers sharp, comfortably viewed images by enhancing fine details, particularly in dark areas of the image, which are normally difficult to see in brightly lit rooms. A built-in sensor measures ambient light while Daylight View Basic adjusts halftone color and brightness to suit ambient illumination.