5,200 lm LCD laser projector

PT-VMZ51S

Clear and Vivid 7,000 lm Projection from the Lightest and Smallest Body in Class

Key features

Compact and lightweight LCD laser projector
Clear Images That Are Easy to See in Bright Rooms
Installation Flexibility Adapts Projection to Any Space
Smooth and Effortless Collaboration

Series Overview

 PT-VMZ71 Series
MODELSPT-VMZ71PT-VMZ61PT-VMZ51PT-VMZ51S
BRIGHTNESS7,000 lm6,200 lm5,2000 lm5,2000 lm
ResolutionWUXGAWUXGAWUXGAWUXGA

Note: Model availability varies by country or region. Black cabinet available for PT-VMZ71/VMZ61 only.

High-Visibility Images in Bright Rooms

Deliver clear, striking images in well-lit open meeting spaces and classrooms from the smallest and lightest LCD laser projector in its class*1. High 7,000 lm brightness, 3,000,000:1 contrast, and vivid color creates an engaging presentation experience.

*1 According to Panasonic research for the PT-VMZ71 only among LCD laser projectors in the 7,000-lumens-class or higher as of November 2021.

Installation Flexibility Adapts Projection to Any Space

Compact 7.0 kg*2 (15.43 lbs) body takes less effort to install while 1.6x zoom, lens adjustment, and 6-Point Screen Correction allow projection almost anywhere, even in corners. Enjoy CEC command and 4K signal support via HDMI® for easy integration.

*2 For PT-VMZ71. For PT-VMZ61 approx. 6.9 kg (15.21 lbs), PT-VMZ51/VMZ51S 6.5 kg (14.33 lbs).

Smooth, Effortless Collaboration

Connect devices to the projector over wireless LAN just by snapping an on-screen QR Code with your phone. Share video, documents and more via PC software and apps. You can also project media from a USB flash drive.

Specifications table

Projector typeLCD projectors
LCD Panel | Panel Size16.3 mm (0.64 in) diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
LCD Panel | Pixels2,304,000 (1920 x 1200) pixels
Light SourceLaser diode
Light Output*1 *25,200 lm
Time until light output declines to 50 %*320,000 hours (NORMAL/QUIET)/24,000 hours (ECO)
ResolutionWUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels)
Contrast Ratio*13,000,000:1 (Full On/Full Off) (When [PICTURE MODE] is set to [DYNAMIC] and [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] is set to [1].)

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