The Christie D4K25 is designed for high-resolution applications ranging from use at amusement parks, planetariums. (It’s also targeting non-entertainment applications where native 4K resolution for image detail is critical, such as for use with automotive design.)
Among the distinguishing features of the D4K25: the ability to use different lamp powers, which can extend lamp life and reducing cost of ownership; and automated image alignment, to optimize lamp output and brightness.
“With this 3-chip DLP offering, Christie now has a 25,000 lumen projector with 4K resolution powered by 220V to meet the market demand for applications requiring high resolution and high brightness,” notes George Tsintzouras, senior director product management of Christie’s Business Products division.
Other advantages, he adds, include the promise of “darker blacks and brighter whites” for more true-to-life images. As with the M Series projectors, he says, the D4K25 “pushes the boundaries on what DLP technology brings to the market.”
Christie D4K25: The Details
Technology: 3-chip DLP
Resolution: 4096 x 2160 4K
Brightness: 25,000 center lumens - 3.0kW lamp CDXL-30SD; 18,000 center lumens - 3.0kW lamp CDXL-30; 10,000 center lumens - 2.0kW lamp CDXL-20.
Contrast: Up to 2000:1
Lamp Life: 3.0kW CDXL-30SD - 1,500 hours; 3.0kW CDXL-30 - 2,500 hours; 2.0kW CDXL-20 - 3,500 hours.
Length: 51.1 (1298 mm)
Width: 25.5 (648 mm)
Height: 19.0 (483 mm)
Weight: 251 lbs. (114 kg) (w/o lens)
The M Series — including three new Roadster models and three 3D-enabled Mirage models — feature SXGA+, HD and WUXGA resolution and portrait mode capabilities along with those 14,000 lumens. The projectors are designed for auditoriums, boardrooms, conference rooms, houses of worship, post-production, and live event applications that need the reliability of 3-chip DLP technology and high brightness for piercing through ambient lighting.
The M Series projectors come with a Christie Twist module for image warping and edge blending. They also feature two hot-swappable mercury lamps for additional cost savings — the brightness is achieved with two lamps instead of four.
Along with the ROI advantages that come when your projector relies on fewer lamps, Tsintzoura notes that the M Series projectors raise the bar on brightness at 110V.
Both the Christie D4K25 and the new M Series models have a three-year parts and labor warranty. For more information, go to christiedigital.com.
Roadster HD10K-M 1080 HD DLP Projector: The Details
Technology: 3-chip DLP
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 HD
Brightness: 11,000 center lumens
Contrast: Up to 10,000:1
Illumination: Dual Osram 350W P-VIP
Lamp Life: 1,500 hours, up to 2,000 in eco mode
Height: 10.2” (259 mm)
Width: 19.7” (500 mm)
Depth: 22.1” (561 mm)
Weight: 55 lbs. (25 kg)
(The HD10K-M is one of three new Roadster models in Christie’s M series; the series also includes three 3D-enabled Mirage models).