Both models support high luminance, with 6400 lumens (center luminance 7000 lumens) at VPL-P630 Hz and 5300 lumens (center luminance 5800 lumens) at VPL-P530 Hz. SONY said the two projectors are part of SONY’s high standard of projectors in terms of technology, quality and design.
The two projectors combine SONY’s “real Creation” real-time signal processing, mapping and analysis technology to deliver crisp, vivid images with high quality, according to the presentation. In addition, both new models support 4K / 60p signal input and are compatible with 4K video sources. The new “Real Text” feature enhances readability and improves presentation of textual material by providing clearer letters and lines.
In terms of installation, SONY claims that the VPL-P630HZ and VPL-P530HZ are easy to install on the ceiling of meeting rooms and classrooms, and the vertical displacement of the lens can be up to + 55%, which is the wider displacement range among fixed-lens models.
In terms of intelligent Settings, these two projectors can be optimized according to the use environment, and the intelligent bright feature allows users to accurately maintain the contrast and brightness of the picture color even in bright rooms. The smart sensor automatically measures the brightness of the room through a built-in ambient light sensor, and automatically calibrates the brightness, color gain and “authoring” Settings of the picture as appropriate.
At the same time, the new product also has automatic light output function, which can use the ambient light sensor to automatically control the brightness of the projector at night, so as to achieve the purpose of energy saving. It has added automatic start function, when the detection of video signal input, will automatically turn on the projector. In addition, thanks to the automatic signal switching function, when the video signal is detected, the projector will automatically switch to the corresponding signal source. Users can use a USB flash drive to copy the related Settings on one projector to all subsequent projectors to complete data replication.