It goes where you go. The lightest,brightest projectors for captivating your audience.Designed for medium to small classrooms and meeting rooms
The freedom to get closer. Present in front of the screen without casting a shadow. Designed for small classrooms and compact meeting rooms.
Fixed but still flexible. Choose Laser or lamp-based,DLP or LCD technologies for leading-edge projection. Designed for seminar rooms, lecture theaters,museums
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Think bigger.Reliable,robust projectors for high impact and low overall cost of ownership.Designed for large events,mappings, auditoriums.
SOLID SHINE Series
Large-Venue (Laser Light Source Models)
Presenting can be stressful enough, without having to worry about your projector. That’s why Panasonic portable projectors are designed to get you in front of your audience quickly and easily – and keep them engaged. With increased reliability, brightness and superior contrast ratios, our small projectors deliver crisp graphics and easy-to-read text, even in bright rooms.
Get the best of both worlds in a projector that works brilliantly as a high-brightness portable for large boardrooms, meeting spaces, and classrooms, or as an easily managed ceiling installation solution thanks to single-cable DIGITAL LINK*. However it's used, there's full wireless* media casting support so everybody can serve punchy, pin-sharp pictures in well-lit spaces.
With uncompromising picture quality and interactive capability, this offering delivers up to 80-inch wide spectacular images in under two-feet projection for an up-close and personalized experience.
Performance with 500 cd/m² of brightness is required for some signage and other professional applications. This allows images to be beautifully displayed even in large, brightly lit spaces, such as train stations, airports, and restaurants
Panasonic's close relationship with end users and the resale industries has enabled development of specialized turnkey video-wall solutions that exceed the demands of professionals by streamlining installation, safeguarding reliability, and enhancing performance around the clock. Serving high-impact images, the LFV8 Series assure high visibility and ease of operation unrivalled by any other brand.
The Kennedy Center, which opened its doors to the public in 1971 with President Kennedy's mandate that it "contribute to the human spirit," serves as a preeminent cultural center in the heart of the nation's capital. The Washington National Opera (WNO), founded in 1956 and affiliated with The Kennedy Center since 2011, expands the Center's repertoire with opera, presenting a year-long season of approximately 6 works.
At Calvary Chapel Melbourne in Brevard County, Florida, worshippers aren’t the only ones undergoing a transformation. When the church, with locations in Viera, Melbourne, and Sebastian, decided to completely upgrade their A/V technology system, it knew switching from standard to high definition visuals would be a key component of the renovation. The flagship Melbourne campus, which opened its doors in 1997, would be the launching point.