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Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 7500 UB

September 6, 2008 By Adrienne Maxwell



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Epson Pro Cinema 7500 UB
Epson 7500 UB with anamorphic lens

New look, new features…same great price.

Epson’s newest 3LCD 1080p projector, the PowerLite Pro Cinema 7500 UB, will soon replace the popular Pro Cinema 1080 and reside at the top of the company’s pro line.

The newly redesigned model, which sports a few less curves than previous Epson designs, uses the latest D7 optical engine and 12-bit 3LCD driver technology, and UltraBlack technology leads to some great black levels and a high overall contrast ratio.

This is the first Epson model to use Silicon Optix’s HQV Reon-VX processor chip and feature an anamorphic stretch mode, for use when employing the optional anamorphic lens accessory (developed by Panamorph, priced around $6,000).

This projector has earned ISF certification and features multiple color spaces and a blue mode for easier color adjustment. Epson has also added a 120Hz refresh rate, with frame interpolation, to reduce judder and render smoother motion with film sources.

The Pro Cinema 7500 UB is scheduled for release at the end of December for a price under $5,000. The Pro package includes a ceiling mount, an extra lamp, a cable cover, and a 3-year warranty.

PRICE:

PowerLite Pro Cinema 7500 UB, Under $5,000

CONTACT:
(800) GO EPSON, epson.com

Epson Pro Cinema 7500 UB

 Epson 7500 UB with anamorphic lens

Comments

Epson has some great products i've been meaning to get a projector but haven't decided on which model and didn't compare pricing yet on if i should buy a project / screen package or look for them separately and maybe save a bit

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