Panasonic employs a number of advanced technologies, including a proprietary lamp drive system, that help maintain lamp performance.
This has resulted in a 5,000-hour lamp replacement cycle. It helps saving operating cost by providing longer usage between lamp replacements.
Panasonic's Daylight View Basic technology achieves sharp, easy-to-see images by clearly reproducing the details in dark image areas, which were previously difficult to see in brightly lit rooms. A built-in sensor measures the ambient light, and the Daylight View Basic function adjusts the halftone color and brightness level according to the surrounding illumination.
A web browser on a computer connected through a wired LAN system lets you remotely operate projectors and check their status. An e-mail messaging function can also notify you when a lamp needs replacement, and indicate the overall projector status. In addition, Multi Projector Monitoring and Control Software is included for monitoring and controlling multiple Panasonic projectors from a single PC.
The compact, lightweight body makes it easy to move the projector from one room to another. Auto Signal Search automatically detects what kind of source is connected and begins projection. With Real-Time Keystone Correction, the projector automatically senses if you adjust its angle (in the vertical direction) during operation and instantly makes whatever keystone correction is necessary for optimal viewing.