The NX7 switches automatically to HDR10 Mode when HDR signals are received, making watching your HDR content easier than ever. It also has Auto Tone Mapping, which adjusts settings to get the absolute best picture from your HDR content, without you having to lift a finger. The projector also provides deeper, richer colors by tackling the expanded P3 color space.
The JVC DLA-NX7 has a 17-element, 15-group all-glass 65mm diameter, high-quality 2.0:1 zoom lens with motorized lens functions, including a generous amount of lens shift (+80% vertical and +34% horizontal), and Lens Memory. That Lens Memory feature is important, because most folks buying this projector are generally very serious about their movies, and are far more likely to want to go with a Cinemascope style widescreen, rather than the traditional 16:9 HDTV-shaped screen.
This projector has several features designed to get you the best color possible. It has a color management system with a 6-axis matrix, as well as Auto-Calibration to keep the color accurate over the duration of its lamp life – which is up to 4,500 hours in Low Mode. The NX7 also has an ISF C3 (Certified Calibration Controls) mode.
Additional features include 3D compatibility, via an optical sensor (not included) and proprietary software from JVC, and nine settings of Installation Mode. Those settings are: Lens Control, Pixel Adjustment, Mask, Anamorphic On/Off, Screen Adjust, Installation Style, Keystone, Pincushion, and Aspect. These installation modes can be stored for various environments, and called up when necessary. The JVC DLA-NX7 has an excellent warranty of 3 years, parts and labor.