BenQ announced the new CinePrime HT5550, the latest 4K DLP projector in BenQ's home cinema portfolio capable of reproducing 4K UHD HDR movies.
Suited for dedicated home theaters and living rooms, the projector combines BenQ's HDR-PRO and CinematicColor DCI-P3 technologies to support HDR content (HDR10 and HLG formats) and 100% coverage of Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI)'s DCI-P3 wide color gamut standard.
The HT5550 CinePrime projector delivers 4K performance with 3840x2160 resolution and 8.3 million distinct pixels for each frame. It is utilizing a 4K-optimized optical system with six structured groups of all-glass lens elements.
Designed for any home theater, its 1.6X big zoom and 2D horizontal and vertical lens shift fit a wide range of home cinema possibilities. Powered by the DLP chipset that's used in 90 percent of the world's digital cinemas, it promises to deliver long-lasting picture quality with precise colors and clarity without maintenance or degradation.
BenQ's CinePrime HT5550 4K UHD HDR projector will be available from the BenQ Store, SnapAV and other resellers beginning April 16th and retails for $2,499.