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We have 7 used Projectiondesign F32 previously used in rentals or corporate events.
The projectors have been checked and serviced by our technicians.
(1) F32 projector
(2) UHP/NSH/P-VIP lamps
The F32 series of high-class single-chip DLP projectors is specifically designed for graphically challenging applications where image quality and reliability are key requirements. Available with up to 8,000 lumens brightness, WUXGA, 1080p or SXGA+ resolution and different color wheels, it is perfectly suited for 24/7 operation in a wide range of applications for small- to mid-sized venues.
Reliable and high-quality DLP images
Geared with single-chip DLP technology, the F32 generates stable, high-contrast images with deeply saturated colors. Every projector model can be calibrated to exacting color standards, coupled with a desired brightness and contrast. What's more, the DLP chip will not degrade under UV light and guarantees a constant performance. Thanks to Texas Instruments BrilliantColor technology, color performance and picture quality are greatly improved. Offering six-color processing, BrilliantColor provides a wide color gamut, boosts secondary colors and delivers reliable and precise colors.
About projectiondesign projectiondesign is a Norwegian company that designs, manufactures and markets high-performance projectors for professional, business and consumer applications. Amongst its core markets are high-resolution scientific visualization, visual training and simulation, medical imaging, broadcast and post production, public media and entertainment etc. Since 2013, projectiondesign is part of Barco, a global technology company that designs and develops visualization products for a variety of selected professional markets. Barco (NYSE Euronext Brussels: BAR) is active in more than 90 countries with about 3,900 employees worldwide. Barco posted sales of 1.156 billion euro in 2012. projectiondesign is located in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Video projectors such as a digital video projector or an LCD projector are an alternative to regular video screens in that they project images directly onto a screen, rather than projecting the video from behind as a television or monitor does. Video projectors use a lens system and project an extremely bright beam of light onto a screen. Modern video projectors such as a 3 chip DLP projector have are extremely intricate and able to correct inconsistencies in the image such as blurriness and curvature. Video projectors are commonly used in concerts and theatres, and they have many other applications in educational and business settings. They can also be used as part of a home theater system. There are a vast range of different video projectors available. The old CRT projectors are surprisingly still quite widely used, as they are able to project a very large image size, although the bulkiness of the cabinet is not so popular. For professional use in theatres and concerts, the DLP projector is one of the preferred models. DLP video projectors use 1, 2 or 3 Digital Micromirror Devices, called DMDs, which are essentially microfabricated light valves. The 1 chip DLP projector and the 2 chip DLP projector have been known to experience a problem however â?? viewers can sometimes perceive a â??rainbowâ? on the projection screen, and so the 3 chip DLP projector is more popular, as this is able to display each primary color in a simultaneous fashion, so the problem doesnâ??t occur. The LCD flat panel model is perhaps one of the most popular video projectors for home and business use, as it is both affordable and simple to use. Other video projectors include the LCoS projector, LED projectors, Laser Diode projectors and hybrid LED/Laser Diode projectors.