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Carnival Cinemas to go 100 % laser

One of the leading and fastest growing national multiplex chain Carnival Cinemas, led by Dr. Shrikant Bhasi, has chosen Christie’s RGB pure laser cinema projectors featuring RealLaser™ illumination technology as its next generation projection systems to power theater screens across the country. The projectors will be installed and maintained by TSR Films Private Limited (TSR Films), Christie’s preeminent integration partner of its family of RGB pure laser cinema projectors in India. Dr. Don Shaw, Senior Director, Asia Sales, Cinema, Christie, commented, “We’re delighted that Carnival Cinemas has recognized the many benefits offered by Christie’s RGB pure laser cinema projectors featuring RealLaser illumination technology, and will progressively deploy them in its cinemas across India. We are also thankful to Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr. MP Ramasamy and TSR for all the efforts in making this collaboration with Carnival Cinemas possible. Christie is fully committed to providing superior products to Carnival in their roll out of next generation RGB pure laser projectors, and we look forward to stronger collaboration moving forward.” Christie’s RealLaser RGB pure laser projectors comply with DCI standards, and deliver more than 95 percent of Rec. 2020 spec without filtering or color correction. The rich, deep and intense colors and contrast create astounding visuals in 2K and 4K resolution for audiences to enjoy, while delivering operational efficiencies to cinema owners. Since their official launch, exhibitors around the world have embraced Christie’s RGB pure laser cinema projectors as the best replacement for lamp-based projection systems and new installations.

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