Nearly a year after the X12000, BenQ has followed up with the X12000H promising an even better viewing experience to users. The projector uses CinematicColor to produce optimal colours as well as attain DCI-P3 colour space and contrast quality with over 8 million pixels. 4.15 million micro mirrors of DLP 4K UHD DMD, fast switching speed and advanced image processing capabilities of the chipset are harnessed to achieve CTA 4K UHD certification. The 14-element lens array inside is structured into 6 groups using a metal barrel and cell framework enabling greater light penetration, clarity, sharpness and colour performance. HDR10 and HLG are supported through HDR Pro along with Auto HDR Color Rendition that should lead to improved brightness, contrast range and image enhancement. The True Zoom system adjusts automatically to follow focus modifications and optimise zoom ratio while the 3 focusing lens work in tandem with the zoom lens group to negate any curved field.
T3 Says: Checking almost all boxes, the X12000H will be the one to get for those willing to spend.