Latin America. With the novelties presented by Panasonic during InfoComm 2019, the Japanese company strengthens its portfolio of products with robotic cameras, flat panel monitors with 4K resolution and different projectors for a wide range of applications, including an innovative compact model with an impressive performance of 50,000 lumens of brightness and 4K resolution.

With these additions to its offer, Panasonic has more options to meet the needs of integrators and end users in sectors such as entertainment, education, museums, corporate, event production and equipment rental companies.

50 thousand lumens in a compact body
The PT-RQ50K is the 50,000 lumens projector with the smallest 4K resolution in the world. It is a model of the Solid Shine Series, with laser light source, 3-Chip DLP technology and useful life up to 20 thousand hours; designed to create engaging and engaging experiences in live events and themed entertainment applications. This projector offers vibrant, pure and powerful color reproduction to display eye-catching images and create a truly immersive viewing experience.

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Its compact body facilitates the flow of work in a production, accelerating the installation time and simplifying the work of transportation. In addition, a single PT-RQ50K provides unparalleled potential by eliminating the need to use multiple, less bright, projectors stacked one on top of the other.

Ideal for corporate, university or religious church auditoriums
Panasonic also introduced the line of laser projectors 3LCD PT-MZ16K of the Solid Shine Series. The main model PT-MZ16K, of 16 thousand lumens, is capable of reproducing very bright and vivid images, compatible with 4K / 60p signals without compression through the HDMI or Digital Link inputs. Due to its silent operation, long life of up to 20, a thousand hours and low maintenance cost, this series is ideal for applications in corporate, university or religious church auditoriums. The series is complemented by the PT-MZ13K and PT-MZ10K models.

Museums, theme parks or rental companies
Within the Solid Shine Series, the PT-RCQ10 laser projector from 1-Chip DLP and 10 brightness lumens, displays 4K images in vivid, realistic colors. With reliable performance up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation, rental applications, scenarios, theme parks, museums and exhibitions are designed.

Corporate conference rooms and educational centers
The two new 1-Chip DLP® LED models of the PT-LRZ35 series are aimed at educational and corporate centers. They are compact, lightweight and portable with bright 3,500 lumens. Its RGB LED light source delivers an instant projection as soon as it is turned on, providing excellent color reproduction.

The robotic for multiple applications
The use of robotic cameras grows day after day, both for videoconference applications and for the transmission or recording of meetings, distance classes, oral trials or radio programs. For these needs, Panasonic is launching the new AW-UE4 digital camera, a compact device with 4K / 30p quality, for remote operation (pan, tilt and zoom) from controllers such as the new AW-RP150 model. The AW-RP150 is a multi-camera controller that is easy to operate with just one hand, with a touch screen, motion memory and IP or Serial connectivity.

According to Alejandro Ramos, Display Sales Manager at Panasonic's B2B Solutions Group in Mexico, the new products will boost business opportunities for its channel of distributors and integrators. "With the new models of projectors and flat screens we will be much more competitive in markets such as education or the production of events. Technological advances, such as that of the 50 compact lumens projector, are highly valued by our users and business partners, "said Ramos.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
Editor
Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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