BEIJING – (August 28, 2014) – Christie®, the world’s dominant brand in the digital cinema projection market, announced that China Film Group Corporation (CFGC), the largest and most influential state-run film enterprise in China, purchased 200 Christie CP2220 DLP® Digital Cinema® projectors to further expand its digital cinema business in China.
With this latest acquisition, CFGC will have almost 1,000 Christie digital cinema projectors in use, which is one of the largest fleets of Christie digital cinema projectors to be owned by a major state-owned film company in China. The newly purchased projectors will be installed in CFGC’s cinema chain located nationwide.
“We have been working with CFGC for many years and are honored to be selected again to continue with its digital cinema expansion initiatives. This goes a long way to show the confidence that CFGC has in our visual solutions and services,” noted Lin Yu, vice president, Christie Asia Pacific. “With our commitment to providing the best and cost-effective digital cinema technologies to exhibitors worldwide, we are confident that the superior picture quality, brightness and reliability of the Christie CP2220 projectors will provide the best cinematic experience for movie-goers and meet the needs of CFGC for many more years to come.”
Designed for ease of use and maximum reliability with the majority of screens in commercial exhibition, the Christie CP2220 a digital cinema projector solution that is the brightest, highest performance projector with the lowest operating costs in its class. The new user interface and electronics mean improvements in speed and performance and help make the Christie CP2220 the industry workhorse.
The Christie CP2220 delivers 22,000 lumens with a 3kW lamp in a cost-effective, compact solution for flexible mounting, servicing and installation. It also offers full 2K resolution triple flash for 3D projection and built-in support for HDCP and de-interlacing of alternative content. In addition, the Christie CP2220 was designed to allow a convenient field upgrade to 4K, providing exhibitors with an additional return on their investment. The result is a projector that offers bright, high performance projection with low operating costs, thereby providing greater reliability and lower cost of ownership.