Designed to fit into almost any situation that needs a high-quality projector, The VPL-FX35 is perfect for new installations and for updating older equipment; installers will often be able to re-use existing mounts and fittings. Versatile image adjustability and lens options allow installers to place The VPL-FX35 in locations where other projectors would struggle to work – even in high ambient light.
In addition to all this flexibility, The VPL-FX35 has excellent image capabilities and a long lifespan. Sony’s BrightEra technology improves and maintains colour purity throughout the life of the system by protecting the LCD panels against harmful ultra violet light.
There’s no need to worry about connections, either, because The VPL-FX35 has the usual host of inputs. Simple to use and maintain, extremely functional, and with a low cost-of-ownership, this is an obvious projector choice for venues that demand quality and practicality.
Sony’s BrightEra Panel Technology gives more accurate colour rendition, higher brightness and longer lifespan for a lower Total Cost of Ownership
Very High Brightness
Very high brightness for a clearer image in high ambient light. Suitable for larger venues
Wide Zoom Range as standard
Standard lens has wide zoom capability for more flexibility over positioning of projector, which can installed closer to or further back from the screen
Wide Lens Shift Range
Wide lens shift range means the projector can be positioned closer to the ceiling, or horizontally offset to avoid ceiling obstacles
Chose different lenses for increased flexibility
Long Lamp Replacement Time
Fewer visits by maintenance personnel because of longer lamp life
Lamp/Filter replacement cycles synchronised
Synchronised lamp and filter replacement effectively halves the number of visits needed to maintain the projector in peak operating condition
Lower Power Consumption
Lower operating power consumption helps reduce energy consumption and lowers running costs
Multiple Input Types
A wide range of inputs makes it easy to source presentations from almost any type of device including 1080p HD video and up to UXGA digitally from computers
External monitor output that allows presenters to see their slides and videos on a smaller screen in their