InfoComm: projectiondesign F22 Boasts WUXGA, 1080p

Now all four of the company's F-series projectors-the F12, F22, F32, and F80-work in both 1080p and WUXGA.
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projectiondesign is introducing high-resolution editions of its F22 DLP projector at InfoComm 09.

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Now available with the additional options of WUXGA and 1080p, resolutions, the new F22 uses Philips’ VIDI technology for improved color reproduction and color management and enhanced image quality

“The introduction of the F22 with both WUXGA and 1080p resolutions means that all four of our F-series projectors—the F12, F22, F32, and F80—can be more accurately tailored to their intended application, offering benefits to our partners, installers, designers and end users alike,” said Anders Løkke, international marketing and communications manager at the Norway-based company.

VIDI technology and “scores of other modifications” give the F22 enhanced brightness and greatly enhanced calibration and color-matching capabilities compared to its predecessor, the F20, the company said. The F22 also has projectiondesign’s RealColor color management suite and Texas Instruments’ BrilliantColor technology. for the ultimate color performance. Four high performance projection lenses (two wide-angle, a standard zoom, and a long-throw zoom lens) increase the range of applications

Where the projector will be working mainly with full-motion HD video content, the F22-1080p resolution will be appropriate, the but if computer graphics are the order of the day, the higher resolution F22-WUXGA edition will be preferred,” said Løkke. “We have already seen great success with our WUXGA-resolution models, with the introduction of the F22-WUXGA we have the smallest high-resolution projector on the market.”

The F22 will be shown alongside other projectors with WUXGA and 1080p resolutions at Booth #3761 at InfoComm 09 June 17-19 in Orlando.