Hello, I am the Panasonic PT-EW640. With my 5800 ANSI Lumen I offer great projection for your conferences, presentations or large film screenings. People call me conference class, and I do great at presentations for up to 232 persons. 5800 ANSI Lumen are well-suited for projections in rooms with little daylight, or artificial light. If you want to use me in a bright environment you should calculate 1000 ANSI per m² of projected image, or take a look at my 'siblings' here with more ANSI Lumens.
The contrast of the Panasonic PT-EW640 comes in at a very high 5000:1. The human eye can only recognize contrast ratios of 800:1 maximum. The high contrast ratio is particularly great for very dark rooms, as black will be displayed as a deep black on a bright projector.
The native HDTV WXGA resolution of 1280x800px at an aspect ratio of 16:10 guarantees super crisp images in a HD widescreen format. Its more than 1m pixels at work will ensure you enjoy movies, Blu-rays, games, and TV series in full resolution.
The projector works with LCD technology. The light of the projector is cast through 3 LCD displays. One display for each primary colour (red, blue, green). This technology offers particularly natural and equally vibrant colours. We recommend this technology for home cinema use and exact colour display.
The projector has an optical lens shift . This is a feature of a top quality projector, which allows you to shift the image of your projection without distortions, and without moving the projector.
With the Direct-Power-Off feature of the Panasonic PT-EW640, the projector can be quickly set up and taken down. The lamp does not have to be cooled for several minutes as usual but can be unplugged seconds after switch-off.With the Direct-Power-Off feature of the Panasonic PT-EW640, the projector can be quickly set up and taken down. The lamp does not have to be cooled for several minutes as usual but can be unplugged seconds after switch-off.
The Panasonic PT-EW640 has an ECO mode, which prolongs the lifespan of the lamp by reducing brightness, operating noise and power consumption of the projector.