The German-based company LANG is investing in 50 devices of Panasonic's new flagship product. The brand new PT-RQ50K projector combines a peak brightness of 50,000 ANSI lumens with ultra-sharp native 4K resolution in a compact housing and sets completely new standards in the field of Super High Brightness Laser Phosphor Projection.
The newly developed Panasonic SOLID SHINE Laser Phosphor Light unit is now based on both blue and red laser diodes, which in combination with phosphor provide an extended colour spectrum. The resulting even more brilliant colours, coupled with 50,000 ANSI lumens, deliver breathtaking image quality and captivating images. A filterless design combined with an encapsulated optical system enables maintenance-free use of up to 20,000 hours even under difficult conditions. With minimal noise, the projector offers flexibility for even the most demanding large-venue installations.
LANG is extremely confident in the potential of the new Panasonic projector and the vast opportunities in the rental & staging market and fixed installation sector.
"It was undeniable for the LANG family that we would invest in this innovative 50,000 lumens projector from the Japanese manufacturer. With this investment, a global presence of the new pioneer is clearly in our focus. Our first order of 50 devices will be available from all our European locations LANG AG, BARANDAY, UK and IBERIA from January 2020,” summarizes Tobias Lang, CEO of LANG AG.
Hartmut Kulessa, Marketing Manager at Panasonic Business, adds: "We are pleased that LANG AG, one of the leading European companies in the ProAV market, has chosen the PT-RQ50K as a strong partner. LANG AG is a pioneer in the market and works at the highest technical level. The new 50,000 lumens laser phosphor projector fits perfectly into the company´s portfolio. With this projector, we are consistently implementing our strategy of setting new trends with innovations and are therefore looking forward to further expanding our long-standing partnership with LANG."
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