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Sony Aus­tralia has launched three new 4K home cinema pro­jec­tors, en­sur­ing the pas­sion­ate home cinema lover doesn’t miss out on the next fron­tier of broad­cast TV and en­ter­tain­ment.

All three mod­els - the en­try level VW270ES, mid-tier VW570ES and pre­mium VW870ES - fea­ture a native 4K SXRD panel for im­mer­sive view­ing, be it LIVE sports or Hol­ly­wood block­busters.

All three pro­jec­tors in­cor­po­rate 4K Mo­tion­flow tech­nol­ogy, which claims to pro­duce smoother, clearer mo­tion by us­ing ex­tra frames to re­duce blur­ring.

By con­se­quence, Sony’s new 4K pro­jec­tors are per­fectly catered to fast mov­ing scenes (e.g. ac­tion films) or im­mer­sive LIVE sport.

All three pro­jec­tors of­fer a native 4K res­o­lu­tion of 4096 x 2160 (8.8 mil­lion pix­els) and are IMAX En­hanced Cer­ti­fied.

The new VW570ES (A$11,999) pro­vides 1,800 lu­mens, whilst the VW270ES ($7,999) of­fers 1,500 and the pre­mium VW870ES ($35,999) 2,200 lu­mens.

De­spite its flag­ship sta­tus, the VW870ES is a com­pact pro­jec­tor which com­bines an ad­vanced laser light source with the same Sony 4K SXRD panel tech­nol­ogy found in pro­fes­sional dig­i­tal cinema pro­jec­tors.

The VW870ES in­cor­po­rates an ARC-F 18pcs all glass lens (All Range Crisp Fo­cus) to en­sure the high­est qual­ity im­age re­pro­duc­tion reaches every cor­ner.

Clar­ity and fo­cus is en­hanced via new Dig­i­tal Fo­cus Op­ti­miser tech­nol­ogy, which com­ple­ments Pic­ture Po­si­tion­ing Me­mory to au­to­mat­i­cally switch be­tween movie and TV as­pect ra­tios.

All three 4K pro­jec­tors fea­ture a long last­ing 6,000 hour lamp, with 4K60p 10bit sig­nal pro­cess­ing [in­put lag re­duc­tion mode for 4K gam­ing].

The pro­jec­tors also sup­port HDR10 con­tent, and fea­ture HDMI in­puts com­pat­i­ble with HDCP2.2.

With high bright­ness and ro­bust com­po­nents, the 4K pro­jec­tors pledge ex­cep­tional pic­ture qual­ity even in well-lit rooms.

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