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Panasonic develops market leading projector with directors

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Wednesday 28th November 2012

Panasonic develops market leading projector in conjunction with Hollywood directors

Top Hollywood directors have collaborated with Panasonic to develop the latest Panasonic projector – the PT-AE8000. Released this month, the full HD 3D home theatre projector has been fine tuned to ensure films are viewed to match the cinematographer’s intent while bringing a world class cinema experience to the home.

The PT-AE8000 is a result of 11 years of home cinema projector engineering and produces 2,400 lumens of brightness with an incredible 500,000:1 contrast ratio and innovative 3D features. The projector delivers a high level of picture quality for 2D images and is packed with advanced 3D features for a natural and comfortable movie theatre experience.

The collaboration between Hollywood filmmakers and the Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory (PHL) engineers has been ongoing since 2003. Working side by side with Hollywood professionals, the PT-AE8000 delivers the best technology offered by Panasonic combined with the careful eye of industry experts. Ensuring the image you view in your home is exactly as the director intended you to see it. Whether your viewing 2D or 3D, you will be immersed in the stunning imagery offered by the AE8000 projector.

Taran Wiseman, Product Sales Manager Display Systems Panasonic, explains that the new projector offers a whole new level of 3D home cinema experience for not only movie lovers but the entire family.

“Easily the best home theatre projector Panasonic has released to date, the PT-AE8000E has been redesigned from the ground up to achieve the most natural and film-like images to match the needs of Hollywood professionals. Also, with enhanced 3D features including 3D Motion Remaster and boosted brightness the AE8000 is an exciting option for 3D enthusiastics wanting to create the ultimate experience in the home,” said Wiseman.


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