Panasonic’s original dual-lamp system, with its new 380 W* lamp, helps to make the body compact, while providing a full 12,000 lm of brightness** with 120 V AC operation.
The replacement lamp unit (ET-LAD310A/ETLAD310AW) can be used with all of the PT-DZ8700/PT-DZ110X Series*** projectors. This reduces the number of lamp types that need to be kept in stock when multiple projectors are used.
* For the PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K. 355 W lamp for the PT-DZ10K.
** The PT-DW11K has 11,000 lm of brightness and PT-DZ10K has 10,600 lm of brightness.
The PT-DZ13K/DZ10K features native WUXGA resolution for full-HD viewing. This brings you lifelike projection of intricate, highly detailed images.
Panasonic’s Dynamic Iris uses a scene-linking aperture mechanism to achieve a remarkable 10,000:1* contrast
without lowering its high brightness. This helps to reproduce deeper, richer blacks, and provides images
with more detailed textures.
* Full on/off, with dynamic iris set to “3”.
This unique Panasonic circuit optimizes the sharpness of each image, based on the
super-high-, high-, medium-, and low-frequency components of the extracted image information. The resulting images have more natural, lifelike expression.
This unique Panasonic technology optimizes image quality to improve the color perception of the projected image in bright rooms. With a brightness of 12,000 lm*, it provides highly comfortable viewing even in bright lighting, and allows viewers to concentrate easily on the images.
* The PT-DW11K has 11,000 lm of brightness and PT-DZ10K has 10,600 lm of brightness.
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.
The series is compatible with both passive and active 3D projection systems.
It combines with either a separate, external 100/120/144 Hz drive with IR emitter and active shutter glasses, or an active filter and passive glasses, for viewing 3D images.
Images for each of the left and right eyes are transmitted alternately at the rate of 60 frames per second.
Images for the left and right eyes are transmitted in one frame while the resolution for each remains as it is.
Side by Side
Images for the left and right eyes are transmitted in one frame while horizontal resolution is reduced by half.
Top and Bottom
Images for the left and right eyes are transmitted in one frame while the vertical resolution is reduced by half.
Line by Line
Images for the left and right eyes are allocated to odd numbered lines and even numbered lines.
Images for the left and right eyes are transmitted by using two cables.
When the output level of the source device fluctuates due to the performance of the device or its cable connections, the original black and white levels of the image content cannot be reproduced correctly. With the PT-DZ13K Series projector you can view the waveforms on the screen and adjust the settings either automatically or manually as you prefer.
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.
• 3D color management system
• Full 10-bit image processing
• Progressive cinema scan (3:2 pulldown)
• Dynamic sharpness control
• Digital noise reduction
• IP conversion
• AI scene control
• 2:2 pulldown mode
• sRGB compatibility
• Fine-adjustable color temperature