Published on September 1st, 2020 | by Adrian Gunning

Epson launches world’s lightest and smallest 30,000 lumens 4K-enhanced 3LCD laser projector

Epson Australia has officially launched its EB-L30000UNL, the industry’s first 30,000 lumens projector with 4K enhancement technology – the lightest and smallest in the world among 3LCD projectors with 30,000 lumens and above.1

Powered by Epson’s proprietary light source for outstanding image quality, the EB-L30000UNL expands Epson’s line-up in the high-end AV rental sector and is suitable for use in demanding environments with fixed installation requirements such as large auditoriums, museums, theatres and houses of worship.

The EB-L30000UNL’s robust design is light and compact, making it easy to integrate into existing infrastructure and is a breakthrough in terms of size at its current level of brightness. With Epson’s original laser light source structure and advanced electrostatic filter, the

EB-L30000UNL delivers up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free use2.

The projector comes with a triple layer dust-proof structure housing a sealed optical engine for excellent durability and resistance, reducing airflow and the risk of dust and smoke intrusion.

The EB-L30000UNL supports HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma, which expands the dynamic range for image output across a broad tonal range and minimises washed-out highlights or excessive shadow in dark areas to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance.

The EB-L30000UNL also features a Geometry Correction Assist for a more efficient and worry-free projection in a stacked setup. Accessible through the Epson Projector Professional Tool, this feature adjusts the projected images automatically using a built-in camera for an impressive viewing experience.

The compact body and light weight of the EB-L30000UNL allows fitting through narrow spaces and a new optional handle can be attached for easier installation and transportation as well as portrait-orientated projections and top and bottom, multi-stacking projection.

The new model works with the same 4K-compatible lenses used by Epson’s EB-L25000UNL for interchangeable use. This lens lineup boasts a wider range of lens shift, making it useful for environments for various distances.

The EB-L30000UNL will be available to order from October 2020 from all authorised Epson partners and resellers.  To find out more, visit www.epson.com.au/projectors

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Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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