Christie introduces three new Mirage M series projectors, the DS+14K-M, HD14K-M and WU14K-M. All of them are based on 3-chip DLP display engine, featuring up to a full 120Hz native frame rate. These Mirage projectors feature dust-sealed engine, filter-free design, Intelligent Lens System (ILS) for zoom, focus, horizontal and vertical offset, and embedded Christie Twist image warping and edge-blending capabilities.
All three projectors are equipped with dual NSH 450W lamps. The DS+14K-M and WU14K-M both offer 12,500 ANSI lumens brightness and 2100:1 contrast ratio. They feature SXGA+ 1400×1050 resolution and 1920×1200 WUXGA resolution, respectively. The HD14K-M, on the other hand, delivers 1920×1080 Full HD resolution with 12,000 ANSI lumens brightness and up to 2500:1 contrast ratio.
The new Mirage M-series projectors are 3D-capable and feature dual image processing capabilities, offering three modes of 3D input – native 3D input, frame doubled 3D and dual Input 3D for maximum source compatibility and high-performance flicker-free operation without the need of a passive to active converter. They have two Dual-link DVI, VGA, dual SD/HD-SDI, HDMI 1.4a inputs as well as RS232, RS422, Ethernet port, and GPIO connectors. They can project polarized passive stereo output with an optional filter.
Christie will ship the Mirage DS+14K-M, HD14K-M and WU14K-M in July.