Supreme installation flexibility and ease of operations
Built to suit the exact requirements specified for every client, Fuoriserie offers various ease-of-use options: from two ways to go "widescreen" - either use the lens memory, or go with a full anamorphic lens solution – to complete color calibration.
FLEXIBILITY KEY FEATURES
Full installation flexibility with Lens Memory for zoom and focus
With SIM2 Fuoriserie flagship projector the "widescreen" ratio is easier to achieve than ever thanks to SIM2’s Lens Memory function. Zoom and focus positioning can be, in fact, stored for different picture formats, from standard 16:9 to 2.35:1 aspect ratio (Letterbox or Anamorphic), plus one user setting. Once set up, the Lens Memory is recalled at the touch of a button; the image is automatically adjusted to fit the screen size preference. 2.35:1 screen format may be achieved either: a) the “traditional” way with the aid of an anamorphic lens + the anamorphic aspect ratio, or b) for those who do not wish for an external anamorphic device, through the Letterbox aspect ratio with letterboxing overshooting the screen - to properly fit the Cinemascope width screen.
Wide Choice of lenses
For ease of installation, Fuoriserie sports the supreme flexibility of three ,high-quality glass lens (T1, T2 & T3) options that allow the flexibility for seamless integration into the most sophisticated personal cinemas, making it possible to project an immaculate image on a big screen with a total throw ratio of 1.37- 3.9:1.
Complete color control
To aid calibration, the Fuoriserie features SIM2’s advanced Live Colors Calibration 2.0 software that enables professional calibration of all projection parameters such as complete adjustment of the primary, secondary and white point color coordinates. This PC-based software gives calibration experts unprecedented control over the projector image quality. The image can be further optimized by using one of the four sets of gamma curves available. These can be used to correct for variations in the source material, differing levels of ambient lighting or simply to allow for individual viewing preferences.