The VPL-GTZ380 faithfully displays native 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) images, with no upscaling or pixel shifting tricks often used in lesser projectors. The finest details are breathtakingly crisp and clear, even when your audience is closer to the screen in environments like corporate showrooms and lobbies.
Remarkably quiet and compact, the VPL-GTZ380 features a familiar four corner mount design that’s ideally suited to multi-projection installations including large exhibitions, gallery spaces and planetarium domes. Ultra deep black levels – just one of the hallmarks of Sony’s unique SXRD™ technology – reduces the visibility of intrusive banding when multiple projector images are edge-blended to create a super-sized picture.
Thanks to its new laser light source, which incorporates a red laser diode in addition to the two different-wavelength blue laser diodes, the VPL-GTZ380 achieves the full DCI-P3 colour gamut that’s 1.35 times wider than the sRGB achieved by other projectors, without any loss of brightness. An additional red laser diode dramatically expands colour volume, with none of the brightness loss common to other high-end models that use a built-in colour filter. The immense colour accuracy of the VPL-GTZ380 makes it a compelling choice for environments such as art galleries and museums.
The VPL-GTZ380 is ideal for VR, industrial design and visualisation applications, with dual 4K 60Hz 3D signals and the latest graphics processing technology to display up to 4K 120Hz RGB 4:4:4 10-bit images with just two Display Port cables. An additional infrared LED source outputs IR light for pilot training and night-time rescue simulation with night vision goggles.Contact Us to Purchase
The compact, durable new-generation SXRD panel allows the VPL-GTZ380 to deliver true 4K images with a spectacular 10,000 lumen brightness.
The advanced phosphor wheel design features a patented spiral fin that ducts heat away efficiently for impressively cool operation – a frequent issue with other high-brightness projectors.
With a red laser diode in addition to the two different-wavelength blue laser diodes, the laser light source achieves a remarkable 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut without brightness reduction – 135% wider than conventional sRGB projectors.
As found in Sony’s BRAVIA professional displays, the flagship X1™ Ultimate picture processor is optimised for projector applications as ‘X1™ Ultimate for projector’.