Epson Pro L12000Q 4K and L20000U Commercial Projectors at Infocomm 2018 Posted on August 20, 2018 By Nikki Kahl The Epson L12000Q is the first of Epson’s new line of commercial 4K projectors. This true 4K projector boasts 12,000 lumens and will start shipping in December of 2018. It has advanced networking, including HDBaseT for running AV signals over long distances, which is especially useful in the large venue settings this projector was built for. Its high lumen-count makes the L12000Q perfect for lecture halls, auditoriums, houses of worship, and any other environment where a large, bright image is needed. This is a rather spectacular projector from Epson, with automatic blending built-in via two cameras on the projector itself and vertical and horizontal lens shift. That’s sophisticated stuff. It also has interchangeable lenses, which is to be expected, but the sheer amount of compatible lenses is quite impressive, as Epson has made the L12000Q compatible with a variety of lenses from previous projectors. The second projector featured in this video, the L20000U, is a 20,000 lumen WUXGA projector. That’s right, 20,000 lumens! Impressive. The Epson Pro L20000U also has interchangeable lenses, and is using the ultra short throw ELPLX02 lens from Epson to project a rather large image from just four feet back from the screen. It has a sealed optical and laser engine, which protects the optics from dust and debris that would otherwise corrupt the projected image. The Epson L12000Q and the L20000U were unveiled at Infocomm 2018. Enjoy the video! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be the first to know when a new video goes live! We have over 100 projector review videos and counting. Epson L12000Q SpecsDescriptionSpecPriceTBDTechnology3LCD TechnologyLight EngineLaserResolutionTrue 4K ResolutionLumens12,000 LumensSpecial FeaturesMotorized Lens, Lens Shift, Interchangeable LensesEpson L20000U SpecsDescriptionSpecPriceTBDTechnology3LCD TechnologyLight EngineLaserResolutionWUXGA ResolutionLumens20,000 LumensSpecial FeaturesMotorized Lens, Lens Shift, Interchangeable Lenses Disclosures This video was created as an inside look into Infocomm 2018, featuring the Epson booth. It was shot by Art Feierman, featuring the man himself, and edited by Nikki Kahl.