The Full-HD (1920 x 1080-pixel) LCD panel of the PT-LZ370 produces the meticulous detail of Full-HD images. With its “normally black” system, the liquid crystal molecules are vertically aligned when no power is applied, to dramatically reduce unwanted light. The Dynamic Iris Pro also adjusts the brightness of the light source to match the image. The brightness of each scene is analyzed and the lamp power, gamma curve, and iris are adjusted accordingly frame by frame. This achieves a high contrast ratio of 10,000:1, providing a wide dynamic range for added beauty in both dark and bright scenes.
The PT-LZ370 features a high-power 280 W UHM lamp. Optimal utilization of this light source achieves a full 3,000 lumens of brightness, for sharp, crisp images.
After a two dimensional analysis of the video signal’s frequency in each scene and extracting information on the distribution of the super-high-, high-, medium-, and low-frequency image components, the new circuit optimizes the sharpness of each image portion based on the extracted information. The resulting images have a more natural, lifelike expression than those of previous image-processing methods.
This function corrects the image quality to project sharp, clear images even in brightly lit rooms. A luminance sensor measures the ambient brightness, and a real-time adjustment function optimizes sharpness and brightness according to the surroundings. This adjustment function also works together with the Detail Clarity Processor 3 to enhance the realism and vividness of projected images. This makes images easier to view and offers high contrast.
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. With the PT-LZ370, you can view the waveforms on the screen and adjust the settings either automatically or manually as you prefer.
This imaging mode is similar to DICOM Part 14, which is a medical imaging standard. It reproduces X-ray images with remarkable clarity. It also allows information to be shared by many viewers on a large screen, such as during medical conferences or training courses.
* This product is not a medical instrument. Do not use it for actual medical diagnosis.
The PT-LZ370 handles 12-bit digital image processing. It faithfully reproduces even subtle hues and brightness variations. The resulting smooth gradation renders natural images with finely detailed nuances.