The high-efficiency light convergence technology and the color wheel work together to achieve the high brightness of 6,000 lm
for the PT-DZ680/DW640 and 6,500 lm for the PT-DX610. Clear, crisp images are reproduced even in bright rooms.
The RGB Booster achieves high image quality with levels of color reproduction and brightness that make each color stand out.
It combines Panasonic’s proprietary Vivid Color Control technology with a newly engineered Lamp Modulation Drive System
for a 1-chip DLP™ projector that produces bright and vivid colors.
Vivid Color Control
This unique control technology optimizes the use of the color segment areas of the color wheel. It increases the brightness of each RGB color by minimizing the unallocated portions between the colors, to achieve truly vivid coloring.
Lamp Modulation Drive System
With the advanced lamp modulation technology, the projector is able to control the lamp intensity for each of the red, green, blue, and white segments of the color wheel separately. Because the actual light output is controlled in relation to each color segment, light usage is optimized and color balance is obtained without lowering the brightness. This results in bright vivid images with increased color fidelity.
This advanced image-processing circuit analyzes the video signal frequency range for each scene by extracting data on the distribution of high, mid, and low-frequency components, and brings out fine details accordingly. The resulting images have a more natural, three-dimensional appearance with crisp, clear detail.
Image details are less clear when a projector is used in a room with the lights on. Panasonic’s System Daylight View 2 improves brightness perception by adjusting sharpness, gamma curves, and color corrections. This produces crisper, more stunning images with vivid colors even under bright conditions.
This imaging mode is similar to DICOM part 14, which is a medical imaging standard. It reproduces X-ray images with remarkable clarity.
* This product is not a medical instrument. Do not use it for actual medical diagnosis.
Optimal color reproduction can be achieved by selecting this mode, compliant with ITU-R Recommendation BT.709,
when images from an HDTV source are projected.
The use of a full 10-bit image processing system provides smooth tonal expression.
For example, skin tones appear natural and true to life.