Epson Home Cinema 4010 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR Key Specs and Product Reviews
TRUE 3 CHIP PROJECTOR DESIGN – Advanced 3LCD technology displays 100% of the RGB color signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding color gamut while maintaining excellent brightness, without any “rainbowing” or “color brightness” issues seen with other projection technologies 4K RESOLUTION PROCESSING – Advanced pixel shifting technology precisely controls three individual high definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience HDR PROCESSING – Full 10 bit HDR (3) color processing accepting 100% of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance.Lamp type: 250 W UHE DIGITAL IMAGING PROCESSING – Realtime 12 bit analog to digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processor faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown OUTSTANDING BRIGHTNESS – Capable of displaying 4K content at an incredible 2,400 lumens for both color and white brightness (2). This not only provides for a wider performance envelope but allows for an exceptional HDR performance EXTREME COLOR GAMUT – One of the first commercially available home theater projectors capable of displaying the full three dimensional DCI P3 (4) color space. This extreme color performance is 50% wider than typical 1 Chip Rec. 709 projectors and allows for a truly professional level of color accuracy EPSON PRECISION LENS – Designed for zero light leakage, all Epson Precision Lenses utilize a proprietary 15 element precision glass structure for outstanding image clarity and edge to edge focus uniformity 3 AXIS MOTORIZED PRECISION LENS – After installation, you can shift the lens 47% left or right on the horizontal axis and 96% up or down on the vertical axis. You can also set the zoom and focus, then store all the settings in one of ten lens memory presets
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Resolution – 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
Brightness (ANSI lumens) – 2000 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio (FOFO) – 30,000:1
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While I don’t own the 4000, from the spec sheet the only differences I can see with this newer 4010 models are:• 2400 lumens color/white brightness instead of 2200• Contrast ratio of 200,000:1 instead of 140,000:1Here are some of the features of the 4010:Power lens which allows you to use your remote to change the focus, zoom, lens shifts instead of manual dials on the projector.Its only getting worse and will probably be unbearably noticable here soon.It only has 2K pixel output, and only support 4K HDR source at 30Hz. Awesome projector for the money exceptional performance.I’ve owned several Epson projectors, but mostly they’ve been the small, portable units designed for business use.No time for advanced settings and calibration at present but right out of the box it displays quite an impressive picture.I’m very glad we did! We love our new projector! We use it in a dedicated theater room with no ambient light.Everything and more that you could want for a great price.The bright, fantastic picture is easily viewed with our shutters open at noon to the intense Phoenix-area sun.Works with 3D Blu-ray.The reason iam comparing the two projectors is because they both are very similar in many ways.I used it for parties, movies night and ROckband3/4.If you are replacing another projector and it it to be used as a ceiling mount, be prepared to seek help with installation.[/review2][review3] I have had this projector for about 3 weeks now.Picture good.After Plugging it in and turning it on I was blown away.It’s done this with multiple HDMI cords and video sources.
Pic quality is great and the features are amazing.I have a 92” screen that I project to and sit about 11 feet away. Happy about that purchase.The Epson came well packed and good shape.Zero noticable lag on fast paced videogames even through the receiver.The picture quality is amazingly crisp and the colors are vibrant.Took a bit to finally get mounted to the ceiling but looks great.Beyond the 64 inches width , the 4010 displays standard Youtube videos just a bit blotchy.It is HUGE. This projector is HUGE.There was a lot that went into setting this projector up in regards to planning, cost and time.It took me a while to find a ceiling mount that could accommodate the wide mounting hole pattern, which is about 15" at its widest.Very pleased.The boot up time is actually pretty good as well.I started with an older 720p Mitsubishi DLP then moved to a 1080p Beng DLP and now I am trying this “almost” 4K Epson LCD.Obviously HD quality is best to experience what the Epson has to offer, and where available, 4K is amazingly sharp and crisp.It is very easy to operate, set up was simple and getting the picture focused took seconds.
DH loved it too.Picture looks much better than my previous projector.It works reallywell with HDR content and shows images really well.post-content –> <use xlink:href="http://2azap.After finding a stronger platform for it, setup was easy It took less than 15 minutes to get it connected and figure out the controls.We are using this on a ten foot long screen, and while we don’t utilize the entire screen, the image is absolutely stellar at this massive home size.I don’t have that, nor the latest video equipment to deliver exquisite 4k source signals.The Panasonic had served me well but has recently started to act up.Until this projector came along, I was watching a old Sony VPL HS 10 that I was happy with.I am not a techie when it comes to projectors.Looks great, works fantastically.We knew we wanted some type of tv/game room in part of the basement area to be shared by the family.