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FUJIFILM Launches World’s First 2-Axial Rotating Lens Projector

Fujifilm launches new FUJINON projector with the world’s first two-axial rotatable lens, capable of multi-directional image projection.

Fujifilm plans to enter the projector market in 2019 with a laser projector featuring the world’s first bending Ultra Short Throw (UST) lens.

The new projector features cutting-edge optical technology, with laser light source and the UST lens making it possible to project bright and vivid images on a 100-inch screen from a close distance of only 75cm.

Offering greater freedom to a user’s setup, the rotating FUJINON lens can project images in any direction without adjusting or manually moving the projector.

Meaning the projector is capable of directing the lens up, down, front, behind, left, or right to project images on a screen, wall, ceiling, or floor as well as being able to switch between vertical and horizontal display.

Fujifilm’s FUJINON projector is set to be on shelves next year, with no pricing information released yet.

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