LG is well known for its CineBeam at close range spotlights, but it also builds standard long-throw models. Namely, the company just unveiled the CineBeam HU810P 4K laser projector with some cool features. For starters, it can emit 2700 ANSI lumens of brightness, covering 97% of the cinema’s standard DCI-P3 color space. Better yet, the “Adaptive Picture Pro” mode automatically adjusts this level according to the ambient lighting in your room.
The HU810P has two presets for bright and dark rooms, and will sense the amount of light to deliver the best picture in terms of brightness and contrast, “even providing a true cinema environment if you want it,” LG wrote in A press release. For cinema purists, it can automatically display movies at the original frame rate of 24 fps using “Real Cinema” mode. It also supports HDMI 2.1 with 10-bit color, offering both HDR10 and HLG HDR modes, although no Dolby Vision or HDR10 + does (few projectors do).