FUJIFILM has announced the new FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z6000 (FP-Z6000) which will join the lineup of the Z Series of ultra-short-throw projectors equipped with the world’s first ‘folded two-axial rotatable lens’.
FP-Z6000 achieves high brightness of 6000 lumens (lm) and class-leading*1 compact and lightweight design. It is free from space constraints to accommodate diverse spatial designs, thanks to its ability to project images at various directions without having to move the main unit and throw large images from a close-up distance.
In recent years, applications for projectors have been expanding from business presentations or video projection at offices and educational institutions, to spatial design at commercial facilities, museums and art galleries.
Fujifilm launched the 5000lm “FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z5000 (FP-Z5000)” in 2019 and the bright 8000lm “FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z8000 (FP-Z8000)” in 2021, expanding the Z Series of projectors further. The Z Series projectors are equipped with a “folded two-axial rotatable lens” to project images to various directions and from a close-up distance. Users have expressed high praise for their ‘minimal installation limitations broadening the scope of spatial design’ and ‘ability to be placed in hidden places to create immersive space’. The FP-Z8000, in particular, provides excellent colour reproduction and is becoming adopted at more places such as immersive digital art displays and theatre stages.
The new FP-Z6000 features a laser light source to deliver bright 6000lm images vividly. Components inside the main body are optimally laid out to achieve the smallest size (460mm x 510mm x 162.5mm) and lightest weight (approx. 18.0kg) in this class.
t can be positioned vertically or horizontally to suit each installation environment. The use of the folded two-axial rotatable lens means the projector can throw images in various directions without having to move the main unit. It can also project dynamic 100-inch images from a close-up distance of just 72cm to facilitate efficient use of space in spatial design projection.
Fujifilm will continue to apply its proprietary optical technology to develop and supply projectors with minimal installation limitations, thereby catering to diverse user needs.