NEC Display Solutions Europe launches the NC1000C projector, its second-generation digital cinema projector using NSH lamp technology, offering an enhanced cinema experience at theatres with smaller screens or small projection booths.
Space-saving, silent in operation and transportation friendly, it also matches the specific demands of mobile cinema applications and theatres without dedicated projection booths.
The compact and silent projector NC1000C, an all-in-one solution that builds on NEC’s expertise in the digital cinema industry, features the latest generation Integrated Media Server (IMS) that offers flexibility for content management while reducing the required number of peripheral devices.
The digital projector offers a unique movie experience with Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) compliant 2K image display combined with natural colours resulting from a cinema Digital Light Processing (DLP) engine and 3D capabilities. Because NC1000C also offers precise colour processing and adjustable constant brightness settings, NEC suggests it makes the ideal solution for cinema screens of up to 10m in art houses, mobile cinemas, universities and public buildings.
Gerd Kaiser, Senior Product Line Manager Large Venue Projectors at NEC Display Solutions Europe said: “Lower total cost of ownership, flexibility and efficiency are key requirements for all types of cinemas of today. NEC is meeting these key requirements with the NC1000C, the perfect answer for theatres with small screens or projection booths that need high-quality cinema projection quality. Users benefit from a future-proof investment providing both low initial costs as well as low operational costs with enhanced flexibility and efficiency.”
With hassle-free installation and minimal maintenance, the projector comes with a wide zoom bayonet lens portfolio with motorised zoom, focus and lens shift. This enables customised installations as well as easy replacement of current cinema projectors.
Additionally, the easy Hot Lamp Swapping feature provides added reliability by ensuring continuous projection and easy lamp exchange during operation. Overall, the NC1000C is highly flexible and does not require an exhaust system, making it suitable for either floor or ceiling installation.
The NEC NC1000C cinema projector will be available in October 2016.