In addition to the HD33 for home theater, Optoma also brings the HD8300 and HD3300, the company’s first full 1080p 3D home theater models designed for the custom installation market. Both of them are based on DLP technology, offering Full HD 1080p resolution.
The Optoma HD8300 features 1500 lumens brightness, up to 30,000:1 contrast ratio while the HD3300 offers 2000 lumens brightness and 5000:1 contrast. The former features latest generation frame-interpolation processing, PureMotion4D, which allows the user to easily customize the level of processing to suit the content. The HD8300 also offers PureShift lens shift and a wide 1.5x zoom ratio, and ISFccc (Imaging Science Foundation Custom Calibration Configuration) controls. The Optoma HD3300, on the other hand, features PureMotion3D and PureDepth technologies to deliver a truly dynamic cinematic experience.
Optoma’s new projectors support all the HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats, including both Side-by-Side and Top & Bottom formats. They offer two HDMI 1.4a ports, one VGA port, component video, composite video, RS-232, two +12V triggers, and a VESA 3D port. The HD8300 will be available for $4499 while the HD3300 comes at $1999.