What's up everybody? It's Brian with ProjectorScreen.com and I am here with a treat for you today. We were lucky enough to be the first people in the country to get our hands on the brand new BenQ V7050i ultra short throw laser 4k projector, and I wanted to make sure that I was the first person to make it available for you all to see what this image looks like.
So we're going to do a pretty brief first look of this projector, running some HDR content through it and get our first impressions.
Now, please keep in mind. We are doing this in a well-lit environment up against a special ambient light rejecting screen intended for ultra short throw projection.
Ready to check it out? I know I am. Let's do it!
Now. You may hear a noise that is the automatic sunroof, which opens up when you turn the projector on to expose the lens so that it can start projecting.
So the first thing that you may notice about this picture is that it is popping. As I've mentioned, we are in a well-lit environment and we still have a bright and vibrant image.
Now, this projector again, is running an HDR mode, which is putting out around 1,950 lumens out of its maximum 2,500 lumens. This is pretty significant because most projectors when running an HDR mode are going to put out around 50% of the maximum brightness while the BenQ V7050i is retaining a substantial amount of that brightness. When running in this highly calibrated picture mode.
BenQ paid a lot of attention to the color detail and the wide gamut in this projector and with incorporating their HDR pro technology and they did not fail. These colors are stellar. This picture is absolutely fantastic and is certainly bright enough to be a television replacement in almost any living room environment.
As we can see here, there is a lot of motion with absolutely no jutter. I have no motion handling turned on in this projector right now, and it's still doing a phenomenal job of handling all of it.
So our first impression is that we've got an absolute winner right here.
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