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South Korea
[photo] FP-Z8000 Projector


World´s first projector with rotating high-spec FUJINON lens for projections from short distance in various directions.

The Advantages of a Z-Series Projector

Ultra-Short Throw Plus Lens Shift

The Z series can project images at large sizes from extremely short range, reducing the distance between the projector and the screen and freeing up more active space for you to exploit. The projector can be skewed relative to the screen so that presenters do not cast shadows on the display.

Example of use in a presentation - a normal slow-ratio projector would cast a shadow on the person explaining, but an ultra-short-throw Z-projector would not.

Zero Offset Plus Lens Shift

To project images at a large size, existing mirror-based ultra-short-throw projectors require the screen to be offset from the surface on which the projector is installed. Z-series projectors, in contrast, combine ultra-short throw with zero offset for installations that make effective use of limited space, while their large lens-shift range gives you greater freedom to suspend them from ceilings both high and low.

Example of ceiling installation - Mirror lens projectors leave a gap between the ceiling and the top of the screen, but the ultra-short-throw Z-projector allows the screen to be moved to the appropriate position without being limited by the height of the ceiling by using the vertical screen shift function.

Floor and Ceiling Projection

Images can be projected in all sorts of directions, letting you focus on scene-setting without worrying about limitations on where the projector can be installed. The freedom afforded by the wide lens-shift range also helps resolve a variety of projection issues when it comes to positioning the image.

Z-projectors can be embedded in walls and projected on ceilings and floors using a rotating lens mechanism.