Natural Black Rear Projection Film

Natural Black Rear Projection Film
ATL Rear Film Screen is a rear type projection film which can be applied directly to glass or acrylic or any transparent materials. It is made of high-quality polyester film, Durable more than 5 years. 
 
Natural Black Film for rear projection can be applied to virtually any clear surface with self-adhesive backing. The films have superior visual performance even in high ambient light situations such as exterior windows. The films use microscopic glass beads create a stunning optical image. A unique black layer helps to reject ambient light and give you the very best image in all indoor and outdoor applications. This film should only be used with standard business type digital projectors. Moreover, it can be cut into any shape giving a more eye-catching effect shaped projection.
 
Ultra Black is designed for excellent contrast, black levels and colour reproduction. It’s ideal for high-end applications where image quality is of utmost importance.
 
Features:
Type: Projection Film for rear projection
Color: Natural Black
Material: Optical Projection film
Viewing Angle: 150º
Contrast: 1000:1
Thickness: 125 microns
Size: 1524x30000mm
Dimension of Roll: 1524 x 2500mm, 1524 x 5000mm, 1524 x 10000mm, 1524x30000mm
Delivery: 3 business day

Primary applications: 
Window Projection Display
Point of Sale
Exhibitions
Entertainment Events
Boardroom Presentations
Shopping Malls
Sports arena
Retail & Department store
Museums
Information kiosk
Video conferencing
 
Packing detail
Single screen orders will ship in a sturdy cardboard tube.
Large projection film screen orders, partial and full rolls will ship in a long cardboard box with a tube of rear projection film safely packaged inside.
All of the productions are inspected carefully by QC before delivery
 
Delivery time
Rear Projection Film Products available for quick shipping and standard in-stock items

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Natural Black Rear Projection Film


 


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Alvyn Long,
Oct 29, 2018, 5:49 PM
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