Flexibility and Lasting Brilliance for Versatile Application
With award-winning SOLID SHINE Laser drive at its heart together with the latest DLP™ technology, the PT-RZ770/660 Series is primed for unfailingly brilliant pictures in a range of applications. Set brightness according to ambient conditions and extend maintenance-free life further, with minimal degradation in brightness, and exploit features that make installation easy and cost effective. A lightweight heavy-hitter, it’s the logical choice for the educated pro user.
Reproducing Full-Spectrum Color with 1-Chip DLP™ SOLID SHINE Laser
With next-generation DLP™ technology delivering high-resolution detail, dual laser modules for high brightness, Quartet Color Harmonizer to reduce energy loss from the light source, and robust heat-resistant phosphor wheel, Panasonic’s 1-Chip DLP™ SOLID SHINE Laser system produces scintillating images with unfailing reliability.
Superior White Balance and Color Reproduction
Quartet Color Harmonizer wheel mechanism captures a wider color space than comparable projectors, allowing white to be reproduced more realistically on screen. Conventional projectors can’t achieve an accurate white balance, so images can appear with a distracting greenish cast. Not the case with the Panasonic 1-Chip DLP™ SOLID SHINE Laser projectors.
SOLID SHINE Laser Maintains Picture Quality for Longer
Thanks to two long-lasting solid-state laser modules, there are no lamps to replace, and image color/brightness degrades very gradually in consistent, linear fashion. As well as reducing maintenance hassle, out-of-the-box picture quality is preserved for longer.
Dual-Laser Optical Engine Assures Failsafe Reliability
Dual-Drive Laser Optical Engine groups laser diodes into two discrete modules. A redundancy circuit works to minimize brightness- and color-uniformity loss should a laser diode fail, making supported products ideal for applications where picture presentation must be maintained.
Dustproof Optics Extend Longevity
Hermetically sealed laser modules and a refined air-intake system work to extend life and maintain picture quality in dusty locations. SOLID SHINE Laser products are tested against more severe guidelines than other projectors for stable operation in dusty environments containing 0.150 mg of particulate matter per cubic meter*.
Selectable Operational Modes
Select your preferred operational mode to balance control brightness decline with brightness output according to the specific requirements of individual applications.
Dynamic Light Control for High Contrast
Dynamic Light Control directly modulates laser output to achieve high contrast with less power consumption. Digitally controlled frame-by-frame scene-linking modulation ensures highly precise adjustment of light output, while accurate contrast is delivered even when bright and dark scenes frequently interchange.
Detail Clarity Processor 3
This unique Panasonic circuitry optimizes the sharpness of each image based on information gathered from four frequency bands of the video signal. The resulting images are expressed with natural, convincing realism.
System Daylight View 3
Panasonic’s premium System Daylight View 3 stops pictures washing out in bright light and enhances impact in mapping and multi-projector applications. It uses sensor information to adjust sharpness, manipulate gamma curves, and correct colors to suit on-site conditions.
Free 360-degree Installation
SOLID SHINE Laser technology enables free 360-degree installation through any axis. Together with powered lens shift and a wide range of optional lenses, the projector can be mounted in any way desired without picture distortion temporarily or in permanent applications.
Contrast Sync and Shutter Sync Function
Contrast Sync function, designed for multi-screen applications, allows dynamic contrast control to be synchronized for consistent picture quality across screens. Shutter Sync, meanwhile, synchronizes shutter on/off timing.
Backup Input Setting Assures Picture Display
Projectors switch instantaneously to a backup input signal should the primary input signal be disrupted*, assuring image display is maintained at all times in venues such as control rooms and adding insurance at events where projection must not be interrupted.