Fujifilm India Makes Debut in the Projector Market

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  • Fujifilm India informed that its first projector is ideal for installations in compact areas
  • It can project powerful images on a massive 100-inch screen from a close-up distance of 75cm
  • It can also switch between vertical and horizontal display
Fujifilm Z5000 projector

Fujifilm India Private Limited has announced its debut in projector industry with the launch of its Fujifilm Projector Z5000, an ultra-short-throw-projector equipped with the world’s first “folded two-axial rotatable lens” to enable omni-directional image projection without moving the main projector unit. The company informed that FP-Z5000 features world’s first six direction projection with a total of 22-pattern variations. The lens can face up, down, front, rear, left and right to project images in various directions without having to move the main unit.

“FP-Z5000 marks our entry into projector market. We are committed towards bringing the best of global technology to the country. Its omni-directional image projection and ultra-short throw lens makes it an ideal choice for anyone looking for a projector solution. As an imaging solution company, we are excited to expand our businesses and enter the projector market. Being one of the leading player in medical imaging and camera industry, with this launch we want to revolutionise the projector industry in India and across the globe,” noted Haruto Iwata, MD, Fujifilm India.

Can switch between vertical and horizontal display

Fujifilms India’s first projector, as the company informed, is developed with company’s optical technology, nurtured through the development of Fujinon lens. The unit projects images not only on a wall or screen but also on the ceiling and floor, and can easily switch between vertical and horizontal display.

“The Ultra Short Throw, with wide lens shift and rotatable lens makes it a best fit for places where a conventional projector could not be placed due to severe space constraints, and throw powerful images in directions that other projectors cannot handle,” rear Fujifilm’s official statement.

It continued, “An ideal choice for large-scale digital signage at retail stores or spatial design projection at art galleries and museums, where installation space is limited, or for image projection onto ceilings or floor to make effective use of available space. The use of Fujifilm’s ultra-short throw lens makes it even possible to project images on a 100-inch screen from the close-up distance of just 75cm. By tapping into its advanced optical design technology, accumulated through the development of these types of optical devices, Fujifilm has developed an innovative projector that meets the current market needs.”

Elaborating about the product, Hiroki Yokomizo, marketing advisor, Electronic Imaging and Optical Devices, said, “The launch of Z5000 projector with World’s First Two-Axial Rotatable Lens sets a new benchmark of innovation in venue projection market. We look forward to delivering a truly immersive experience to our consumers and help them witness the high performance and Fujifilm’s cutting-edge optical technology. The Z5000 is capable of projecting powerful images on a massive 100-inch screen from a close-up distance of 75cm. With the launch of this projector, we want users to expand their existing boundaries of visual experiences.”

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