Cineversum has released its new BlackWing MK2011 Series digital video projectors, available worldwide. The BlackWings integrate three LCoS panels at a native resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, HDMI 1.4 connections and active 3D projection.
Cineversum has released new Blackwing projectors.
The BlackWing One, Two and Three MK2011 replace the previous BlackWing MK2010 models, improving 2D performance and picture quality and adding 3D functionality, according to the company.
“The new BlackWing MK2011 series provides our specialty dealers and their discerning clients with much needed solutions for some very challenging problems that our competitors still struggle with; namely, the ability to interface anamorphic lenses for constant height, 2.35 cinemascope viewing with 3D material,” said John Caldwell, sales director and co-founder for StJohn Group, the exclusive North American distributor of the BlackWing. “But perhaps the most compelling reason to own a new BlackWing MK2011 is its unique ability to reconcile both 2D and 3D performance. There are no compromises. You sacrifice nothing in performance.”
Fast-response liquid crystal lenses eliminate ghosting, according to Cineversum, and provide higher brightness, natural colors and durability. The ergonomic design weighs 58 gr (2 oz).
BlackWing One comes with 7 preset Picture Modes that the installer or the user can modify according to their taste. On BlackWing Two and Three, an eighth Picture Mode, TH-PRO, has been added and optimized for movie watching in a dedicated dark cinema room. An Expert Calibration Menu (via RS232) and CMS functions (Color Management System for color calibration) are accessible for advanced installers of BlackWing Two/Three.
The BlackWing MK2011 models are available to order, starting at under $9,600 MSRP.