Compact and affordable, with inorganic panels for long life, the Christie LW650 LCD projector offers a powerful 6500 ANSI lumens brightness and a contrast ratio of 2500: 1 for a deep, rich blacks and high brightness.

Christie LW650 HighRight

The Christie LW650 projector, one of the projectors WXGA 3LCD single brightest lamp on the market, will be presented at NAB'09.

Compact and affordable, with inorganic panels for long life, the Christie LW650 LCD projector offers a powerful 6500 ANSI lumens brightness and a contrast ratio of 2500: 1 for a deep, rich blacks and high brightness.

The Christie LW650 projector is ideal for high-quality presentations, such as videoconferencing, installations in museums, houses of worship and rental applications.

The Christie LW650 projector is available with up to six optional lenses and more lenses available soon, including an ultra short throw. The Lens Memory function, which is available in select lenses, allows users to store and quickly store up to three lens positions, including displacement and adjust focus and zoom.

Great flexibility

A key feature of the Christie LW650 projector is its great ability to shift perspective, making it the most flexible 3LCD projector industry for fixed installations or events.

In addition, the split screen mode Picture-by-Picture allows users to view multiple images or video data simultaneously using the wide format display, a feature that is ideal for video conferencing.

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By • Apr 20, 2009
• Section: Projection, TV Corporate