Sony VPLVW285ES 4K HDR Home Theater Video Projector

Sony VPLVW285ES 4K HDR Home Theater Video Projector

List Price: $4,999.99

Price: $3,998.00


  • Brand: Sony
  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: VPLVW285ES
  • Weight: 2750


  • Screen Size Range: 42-85 inches from 8 feet; 62-126 inches from 12 feet, 83-167 inches from 16 feet
  • Resolution: Full 4K (4096 x 2160)
  • White Brightness: 1500 Lumens; Color Brightness: 1500 Lumens; Calibrated Brightness (cinema 1 mode): N/A
  • Contrast Ratio: N/A; Lens Shift: Vertical +85%/- 80%; Horizontal +/- 31%
  • Warranty: 3 Year Limited
  • Lamp Life: 6,000 hours
  • Connectivity: HDMI (2)


Native 4K resolution for lifelike pictures
With more than four times the resolution of Full HD,1 native 4K offers 8.8 million pixels (4096 x 2160) for a picture that’s so incredibly lifelike, it’s like looking at the real thing.

SXRD™ Imagers times 3
Separate imagers for Red, Green and Blue channels give you all 8.8 million pixels in full, rich color at every instant.

HDR Compatible
Take full advantage of the latest content produced with HDR (High Dynamic Range) for extremely wide contrast range with an even higher range of brightness levels and volume of colors.

High brightness and contrast
With an impressive 1,500 lumens brightness and spectacular contrast, 4K images are clear with bright highlights and rich, deep blacks – even in well–lit rooms.

Reality Creation upscales your favorites
Upscale your existing Blu–ray Disc™ and DVD movies to near 4K quality.2 The super–resolution Reality Creation 4K upscaler analyzes every pixel in any direction, then employs a digital signal processing algorithm to map pixels against an ever–evolving picture patterning database, compiled from over 10 years of expertise, to enhance colors, contrast, andtextures without enhancing image artifacts.

Action stays smooth and sharp with MotionFlow™
Whatever you’re watching, you’ll enjoy a silk–smooth and razor–sharp on–screen look in fast–moving action sequences with Motionflow™. This innovative technology can create and insert extra frames between the original frames by first comparing key visual factors on successive frames, then calculating the split second of missing action in the sequences. True Cinema 24p mode mimics true movie projection for cinema purists.