Big Picture Big SoundOptoma just announced that the HD33 1080p 3D Projector is shipping to consumers. Today, they have a little something for the custom installation market as well.
The company says that two home theater projectors in their custom installation line, the HD8300 and the HD3300, will start shipping later this month. These new models are the first two full 1080p 3D home theater projectors that Optoma has created for the custom installation market. Both boast the same DLP technology that's being used in many professional digital cinemas.
As a follow-up to the company's HD8200, the HD8300 is priced at $4499 (MSRP). Featuring PureMotion4D frame-interpolation processing, the unit includes Optoma's own PureColor technology and a new color management system. Other features include a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, 1500 lumens of brightness, PureShift lens shift, and a 1.5x zoom ratio. Also, ISFccc (Imaging Science Foundation Custom Calibration Configuration) controls can be adjusted to tweak the picture for both day and night viewing.
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