BIRTV/BEIJING – (August 27, 2015) –
Christie® is demonstrating its new laser phosphor (LaPh) projection technology today at BIRTV 2015. Capable of 22,000 lumens, and 30,000 hours to 50 percent brightness, this new technology features reduced maintenance costs, lower environmental impact, and simplifies operational workflows.
Following on the recent announcement of the
Christie CP2208 cinema projector, this prelude to Christie’s LaPh line-up is a clear example of the company’s commitment to the exhibition community. “Our customers are looking for choice, whether that be Xenon lamps, pure RGB laser or laser phosphor technologies,” said Don Shaw, senior director, product management, Christie. “As each customer environment is unique and, consistent with our 85-year tradition in cinema, we continue to be focused on meeting the individual needs of each exhibitor.”
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