Panasonic PT-REZ80LBU7

1-DLP WUXGA, 8000 Lumens, Filter-Free, H/V Lens Shift, No Lens, Black, 3-Year Warranty
Item #0600-7287 Model #PTREZ80LBU7


Panasonic PT-REZ80LBU7

WUXGA 1-Chip DLP™ Laser Projector with 8K Lumens (no lens)

The evolved Panasonic PT-REZ80LBU7 1-Chip DLP™ projector offers WUXGA resolution and powerful contrast that transforms your experience with a smooth, frictionless workflow.

New scene-recognition circuitry and a higher 25,000:1 contrast ratio improve Dynamic Contrast dramatically. Colors are more vibrant yet accurate, thanks to Rich Color Enhancer technology. Black-level adjustment now enables seamless blending on curved screens, while the Gradation Smoother easily corrects color banding via remote control.

To adapt projection to any situation, the PT-REZ80LBU7 Panasonic projector works with new optional lenses and features an Intel® SDM-ready slot to integrate optional function boards that expand and scale connectivity. You can import user test patterns, use NFC function to save prep time, and streamline adjustment with pre-activated Geo Pro upgrade kits.

The PT-REZ80LBU7 WUXGA DLP Laser Projector features an optical engine and laser light source module compliant with the IP5X Dust Protected (IEC 60529) standard, and a refined liquid cooling system that enable up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free projection. The Backup Input and Multi Laser Drive Engine further enhance reliability and add insurance against interruptions.

Note: Lens not included. This is a black model. For a white model, see the PT-REZ80LWU7.


Seamless, High-Contrast Visuals Deepen Engagement

  • Evolved Dynamic Contrast (NEW): In addition to a higher 25,000:11 contrast ratio, Evolved Dynamic Contrast gains new scene analysis circuitry that more accurately recognizes light and dark areas of the image. The difference between black, white, and contrasting colors stands out more dramatically than ever before. It minimizes dimming when projecting contrast-rich content and makes blacks deeper and whites brighter. Each video frame is analyzed in real-time, and light output is continuously adjusted to meet the precise contrast requirements of each scene.

  • Rich Color Enhancer for Vivid, Accurate Colors: Rich Color Enhancer is an original technology that lets you optimize the reproduction of different kinds of content by selecting the appropriate operating mode. Dynamic Mode offers an ideal balance of high brightness and vibrant color for clear image visibility in bright environments. Standard Mode expands red-channel output for deeper and more accurate expression of the color red, which is vital when displaying artwork and other color-rich content in museums, exhibition halls, and themed or location-based entertainment attractions.
  • Gradation Smoother to Reduce Color Banding: Gradation Smoother reduces banding in gradients of shaded color, which can become evident in images lacking enough color bit-depth. Use the projector remote to select three levels of image correction depending on how much banding is present, or disable the function when it's unnecessary. Gradation Smoother is a lifesaver when banding is apparent and there's no time to re-edit the content. (Projectors ship with Gradation Smoother set to the factory default of [2].)
  • Detail Clarity Processor 4 Improves Image Clarity and Sharpness: Detail Clarity Processor 4 analyzes video signal frequency bands for each scene, extracting distribution information of ultra-high, high, mid, and low-frequency components. Panasonic's unique image quality correction circuitry then applies optimal processing enhancement to each area of the screen. Building on the capabilities of Detail Clarity Processor 3 available on previous Panasonic 1-Chip DLP™ projectors, Detail Clarity Processor 4 significantly improves the sense of clarity, making fine details seem crisp, sharp, and lifelike.

  • Adjust Black Levels on Curved Screens (NEW): Achieving uniform black levels inside blended areas on curved screens has always been difficult. This is because the curvature of the screen distorts the width of the black borders that define the area of adjustment. Panasonic answers the problem with flexible black-level adjustment to suit arbitrary screen shapes. You can use up to 17 control points to reshape black borders so they fit the screen symmetrically without distortion. Black levels can be set precisely within a half-pixel margin, so blends are indiscernible even when viewing the screen at close range.
  • Adjust Black Levels Inside and Outside the Image Display Area (NEW): Panasonic's black-level adjustment can eliminate distracting black-level bumps that can sometimes appear in blends outside of the image display area after geometric adjustment is applied. By unlinking black-level adjustment from geometric adjustment, black-level settings can be applied to the entire blend, including the image overlaps outside the image display area, for a completely seamless multi-screen image.
  • Supports Widescreen Input Signals (NEW): Single-chip DLP™ projectors are a popular way to unite on-site and remote teams in hybrid conferencing spaces. The latest video-conferencing software layouts can output a 21:9 signal to a REZ12 Series projector so that the faces of remote participants appear along the bottom of the screen at eye level with those seated in the room. This promotes natural and fluent communication between members of the group. In addition, with more games, films, documentaries, and other immersive content being produced with a 21:9 aspect ratio, it makes sense to invest in a projector that can deliver a cinematic experience.

Flexibility and Expandability for a Timesaving Workflow

  • Works with an All-New Lens Lineup: The REZ12 Series works with an all-new lineup of optional fixed, zoom, and ultra-short-throw zoom lenses for selected Panasonic 1-Chip DLP™ projectors, making it possible to deliver immersive experiences in spaces of any size. The lenses improve native contrast performance by as much as 16%2 and have a wider range of powered lens-shift adjustment compared to previous lenses. They feature Lens Memory and Auto Lens Identification functions and now offer powered periphery focus adjustment3 operable via remote control or the Smart Projector Control4 app.
     (See Accessories tab.)
  • Wide Scalability with Intel® SDM-ready Slot (NEW): Intel® SDM-ready slot integrates optional proprietary or third-party5 function boards. These reduce installation complexity and make it easier to adapt, scale, and expand your projector's connectivity to suit different applications and event-site infrastructure. The projector works with Panasonic's DIGITAL LINK Terminal Board (TY-SB01DL), 12G-SDI Terminal Board (TY-SB01QS), 12G-SDI Optical Function Board (TY-SB01FB), and Wireless Presentation System PressIT Receiver Board (TY-SB01WP), as well as selected third-party5 PC boards, terminal boards, and AVoIP boards.

  • Import and Save Your Custom Test Patterns (NEW): In addition to 10 built-in test patterns, you can now import and save up to three user test patterns to the projector. You can save your preferred test patterns or use your client's content to calibrate the projector before connecting the video source. Access compatible BMP or PNG image files saved to USB memory via the Test Pattern menu, where they can be saved, renamed, or deleted using the projector remote control.

  • Smart Projector Control App Smooths Your Workflow: Smart Projector Control6 app simplifies projector setup and operation. Connection is easy: just scan the QR Code7 displayed in the projector’s OSD menu with your smartphone camera. You can control up to 64 projectors simultaneously and adjust settings without needing to project the OSD menu. You can select test patterns, adjust lens settings via the new lens-control UI, lock brightness, and perform focus adjustment using your smartphone camera8 from distances of up to 98 ft (30 m)9 away. 

  • Save Prep Time Before Setup with NFC FunctionNFC function10 allows you to prepare your projector for installation and setup at the event site when AC power is unavailable or when OSD projection isn't possible. To connect, just place your phone on the NFC decal and then use the Smart Projector Control11 app to read and write settings such as Projector ID and IP address. Projectors can be prepped for immediate network connection and setup when power rolls out on the installation site, saving time and resources. After the event has concluded, projector settings can be reset to factory defaults while unplugged, an action that used to require OSD menu projection.

  • Flexible Screen Adjustment via Remote Control: Free Grid lets you easily fix image distortion caused by uneven projection surfaces or objects on flat or curved screens using the projector remote control. Reshape the image by adjusting control points or V/H lines on an overlaid grid. Select from various grid resolutions between 2 x 2 and 17 x 17 lines depending on the precision you require. Work progress is saved automatically, and grid and control-point colors can be changed for best visibility over the background image.

  • Pre-activated Upgrade Kits for Geo Pro Software: The REZ12 Series ships with pre-activated licenses for upgrade kits that come bundled with our free Geometry Manager Pro12 software. ET-UK20 Geometry Manager Pro Software Upgrade Kit expands the software's extensive adjustment functionalities and adds sophisticated edge-blending, color uniformity, and masking tools. ET-CUK10 Auto Screen Adjustment Upgrade Kit uses data from a connected camera13 to automatically calibrate edge-blended areas by adjusting their brightness, color, and black level, saving you the time and hassle of manual calibration.

  • Quickly Find the Correct Projection Angle (NEW): Laser projectors can be installed at any angle through 360° to map images over floors, walls, and 3D objects. However, adjusting the projection angle to match the one specified in the design simulation can be tricky, especially if the projector is difficult to reach. The REZ12 Series features a gyro sensor that detects changes to the projector's body pitch and roll angles and displays the information graphically in the OSD settings menu. Installers no longer need assistance to check the projection angle as the body is adjusted. They can view the on-screen graphic and adjust the projector angle as necessary before securing the unit.

New Compact Body Supports Maintenance-free Projection

  • Dust-Resistant Optical Engine and Liquid Cooling System (NEW): The REZ12 Series features an optical engine and laser light source module compliant with the IP5X Dust Protected (IEC 60529)14 standard, eliminating the need for an air filter and enabling 20,000 hours15 of maintenance-free projection. Reliability is proven by accelerated dust-chamber testing in significantly dustier conditions than those in which some competitive products are tested. A refined liquid-cooling system enables continuous operation in dusty environments with significantly lower noise levels than the previous series, ideal for quiet spaces such as museums. In addition, the stylish new cabinet design blends unobtrusively into the space to minimize distractions.
  • Remote Preview LITE for Monitoring During Events: Remote Preview LITE lets the projectionist confirm connectivity and assess image adjustment changes prior to video projection by viewing thumbnails of the input signal on a laptop. This is useful at events such as live concerts where opportunities to check content on screen are limited due to sound checks, sunlight on the screen, and other logistical factors. Accessed via software or web browser, Remote Preview LITE works with the projector in Standby16 or with the shutter on and reduces the chance of errors before the performance. (Requires Multi-Monitoring & Control Software Version 3.3 or later.)

  • Backup Input Redundancy: Two identical signals can be simultaneously transmitted to HDMI 1 (Primary) and HDMI 2 (Backup). If transmission to the primary input is interrupted, the projector switches to the backup automatically in a minimum of 0.3 seconds17 without screen-blanking. This layer of insurance gives greater peace of mind during events where image display can't be interrupted.

  • Highly Reliable Multi-Laser Drive Engine: Multiple laser modules are equipped with unique Failover Circuitry technology. If a single laser diode fails, Failover Circuitry continues supplying electricity to the module's functional diodes, minimizing brightness loss. If the same issue were to occur in projectors without Failover Circuitry, all diodes in the module might shut down, resulting in a significant loss of brightness.

Additional Features

  • Supports Art-Net DMX, PJLink™, Crestron Connected® V2, Crestron® XiO Cloud, Extron XTP®, and IPv618
  • 1 USB port for DC 5 V/2 A power supply, 1 USB port for optional AJ-WM50 Series Wireless Module and data transfer from USB memory devices
  • Compatible with the new Multiple PJ Firmware Batch Update Tool
  • Contrast Sync and Shutter Sync Functions
  • Data-Cloning Function via LAN or USB19
  • Free 360° Installation
  • Quick Start and Quick Off
  • Multi-screen Support System
  • Multi-Unit Brightness and Color Control
  • DICOM Simulation Mode
  • Waveform Monitor Function


1 Full On/Full Off with Dynamic Contrast set to [3]. Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO/IEC 21118: 2020 international standards.

2 ET-C1S600 compared to ET-DLE170. ET-C1S600 is equivalent to the supplied lens (availability may vary by country or region). Models with an L designation ship without a lens. REZ12 Series is compatible with C1 series lenses only. 

3 Excluding ET-C1S600 and ET-C1T700 lenses.

4 Available free from the App Store or the Google Play store. Check device and OS compatibility before downloading and installing the app on your device.

5 Proprietary and third-party Intel® SDM-specified function boards sold separately. A list of third-party function boards tested for compatibility with the PT-REZ12 Series will be announced. Panasonic cannot guarantee the operation of third-party devices. The transmission method to the slot must be by HDMI™ signal.

6 Available free from the App Store or the Google Play store. Check device and OS compatibility before downloading and installing the app on your device.

7 Requires optional AJ-WM50 Series Wireless Module (sold separately). Product availability may vary by country or region.

8 Some devices do not support the projector autofocus function.

9 When projecting a 300-inch image. The maximum distance is 3 m (10 ft) for a 100-inch image.

10 Projectors sold in some countries or regions require an ET-NUK10 Upgrade Kit available from PASS to activate the NFC function. See NFC Regional Compatibility List for details.

11 Check device compatibility at the App Store or the Google Play store. Check device and OS compatibility before downloading and installing the app on your device.

12 Visit PASS to register your projector and download free Geometry Manager Pro software for Windows® (upgrade kits included). Visit the Panasonic Geometry Manager Functions webpage for more information.

13 Compatible cameras comprise Nikon D5200/D5300/D5500/D5600/D7500. Use of the Auto Screen Adjustment function with these cameras requires installation of the Auto Screen Adjustment Plug-in (a free camera driver available from PASS). Use of the Auto Screen Adjustment function with D7500 requires Geometry Manager Pro Ver. 6.1.10 or later and Auto Screen Adjustment Plug-in Ver. 5.1.10 or later.

14 The dust-proof performance of this unit is not guaranteed to be free from damage or failure under all conditions (environment with conductive dust, etc.). Please use an enclosure in environments with smoke containing oil, salt, and moisture.

15 Around this time, the light output will have decreased by approximately 50 %. IEC62087: 2008 Broadcast Contents, NORMAL Mode, Dynamic Contrast [3], temperature 35 °C (95 °F), elevation 700 m (2,297 ft) with 0.15 mg/m3 of airborne particulate matter. Panasonic recommends a checkup at the point of purchase after about 20,000 hours. Light-source lifetime may be reduced depending on the environmental conditions. Replacement of parts other than the light source may be required in a shorter period. Estimated maintenance time varies depending on the environment.

16 Projector must be set to Pre-Show Mode.

17 Varies depending on the Backup Input mode and the connected external device. Primary Input (HDMI 1) and Backup Input (HDMI 2) terminal assignment is fixed. Input signals to primary and backup inputs must be identical.

18 Optional AJ-WM50 Series Wireless Module is not compatible with IPv6.

19 Data-cloning is supported among models in the same series with the same resolution. Excludes passwords, projector ID, and network settings.


Projector type 1-Chip DLP™ projector
   Panel size 0.8 inch diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
   Display method DLP™ chip x 1, DLP™ projection system
   Number of pixels 2,304,000 (1920 x 1200 pixels)
Light source Laser diode
Light output1,2 8,000 lm / 8,200 lm (Center)3
Time until light output declines to 50 %4 20,000 hours (NORMAL/QUIET), 24,000 hours (ECO)
Resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels)
Contrast ratio1 25,000:1 (Full On/Full Off, Dynamic Contrast [3])
Screen size (diagonal) 70–700 inches (with standard lens — not included)
Center-to-corner zone ratio1 90 %
Lens Optional powered zoom/focus lenses (see Accessories tab)
(From the origin point of the lens mounter)
   Vertical ±60 % (with ET-C1W400/W500/S600/T700), ±50 % (with ET-C1W300/U100)
   Horizontal ±29 % (with ET-C1W400/W500/S600/T700), ±23 % (with ET-C1W300/U100)
Keystone correction range Vertical: ±40 ° (±5 ° with ET-C1U100; ±10 ° with ET-C1W300; ±16 ° with ET-C1W400; ±22 ° with ET-C1W500)
Horizontal: ±40 ° (±3 ° with ET-C1U100; ±5 ° with ET-C1W300; ±10 ° with ET-C1W400; ±15 ° with ET-C1W500)
Installation Ceiling/floor, front/rear, free 360-degree installation
   HDMI™ 1/2 IN HDMI™ x 2 (Deep Color, compatible with HDCP 2.3, 4K/60p signal input5)
   DisplayPort™ DisplayPort™ x 1 (Deep Color, compatible with HDCP 2.3, 4K/60p signal input5)
   SERIAL IN D-sub 9-pin (female) x 1 for external control (RS-232C compliant)
   SERIAL OUT D-sub 9-pin (male) x 1 for link control (RS-232C compliant)
   REMOTE 1 IN M3 stereo mini-jack x 1 for wired remote control
   REMOTE 1 OUT M3 stereo mini-jack x 1 for link control (for wired remote control)
   REMOTE 2 IN D-sub 9-pin (female) x 1 for external control (parallel)
   LAN RJ-45 x 1 for network connection, PJLink™ (Class 2) compatible, 10Base-T/100Base-TX, Art-Net compatible
   USB USB connector (Type A) x 1 for optional AJ-WM50 Series Wireless Module/USB memory
   DC OUT USB Type A x 1 (for power supply, DC 5 V, 2 A)
   Expansion slot Open slot for function boards, Intel® SDM compatible
Protocol versions IPv4, IPv66
Power supply AC 100–240 V, 50/60 Hz
   Maximum power       consumption 730 W (7.7–3.2 A) (740 VA)
(Power consumption is 700 W at AC 200–240 V)
   On-mode power     consumption
 (Operating mode)
[NORMAL]: 570 W (AC 100–120 V), 540 W (AC 200–240 V)
[ECO]:       440 W (AC 100–120 V), 425 W (AC 200–240 V)
[QUIET]:    435 W (AC 100–120 V), 420 W (AC 200–240 V)
Operation noise1 35 dB (NORMAL/ECO), 32 dB (QUIET)
(W x H x D)
19 19/32" x 8 11/32" x 21 3/16" (498 x 212 x 538 mm) with feet at shortest position
Weight8 Approx. 59.52 lb (27.0 kg) without lens
Operating environment Operating temperature: 0–45 °C (32–113 °F9), operating humidity: 10–80 % (no condensation)
Applicable software Logo Transfer Software, Multi Monitoring & Control Software, Projector Network Setup Software, Early Warning Software, Geometry Manager Pro, Smart Projector Control for iOS/Android™
Control function
via LAN
Crestron Connected™ V2, Crestron XiO Cloud™, Art-Net DMX, AMX® DD, and PJLink™ (Class 2)


1 Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO/IEC 21118: 2020 international standards. Value is the average of all products when shipped.

2 When [OPERATING MODE] is set to [NORMAL].

3 Average light-output value of all shipped products measured at the center of the screen in NORMAL Mode.

4 Around this time, light output will have decreased by approximately 50 %. IEC62087: 2008 Broadcast Contents, Dynamic Contrast [3], temperature 35 °C (95 °F), elevation 700 m (2,297 ft) with 0.15 mg/m3 of airborne particulate matter. The estimated time until light output declines to 50 % varies depending on the environment.

5 4K signals are converted to WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels).

6 Optional AJ-WM50 Series Wireless Module is not compatible with IPv6.

7 Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO/IEC 21118: 2020 international standards. On-mode power consumption measured at 25 °C (77 °F) operating temperature at an altitude of 700 m (2,297 ft).

8 Average value. May differ depending on the actual unit.

9 When the optional AJ-WM50 Series wireless module is attached, the operating temperature range becomes 0–40 °C (32–104 °F). The operating environment temperature should be between 0 °C (32 °F) and 40 °C (104 °F) if the projector is used at an altitude between 1,400 m (4,593 ft) and 4,200 m (13,780 ft).