The Epson Brightlink 1485Fi is a 3LCD projector rated at 5,000 lumens which is more than enough to produce a good quality picture on screens up to 120”.
As with all Epson 3LCD projectors, The Brightlink 1485Fi produces as many color lumens as it does white lumens, which ensures bright, vibrant color, critical for good picture quality.
3LCD projectors are an incredibly large part of the current projector market. They make up well more than half of all projectors manufactured in 2020. 3LCD dominates just about all categories of projectors, except the extreme high-end (3 chip DLP) and the incredibly small Pico projectors.
The Brightlink 1485Fi features a solid-state optical design with no moving parts (unlike DLP). The panels (or chips, as they are also called) have been all transmissive LCD panels. That is, light passes through the panels. Most recently, Epson started manufacturing an “R” series, but until I read more about their design, they sound more like LCoS than LCD, so the “R” series may or may not fit into the traditional 3LCD definition.
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