Optoma UHZ50 Smart 4K UHD Laser Home Theater Projector | 3000 Lumens | HDR Adjustment Options | Cinematic Color | Flexible Installation 1.3X Zoom &…

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  • HIGH-QUALITY, CINEMATIC IMAGE: With the latest DLP technology combined with Optoma’s proprietary actuator, the UHZ50 displays an incredibly sharp, clear 4K UHD image with 8.3M pixels & 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio
  • BRIGHT LASER LIGHT SOURCE: Laser technology delivers outstanding brightness for up to 30,000 hours of life that maintains stunning image quality throughout its lifespan; 3,000 lumens of brightness enable lights-on viewing in a variety of rooms, any time of day
  • CINEMATIC COLOR: Cinema display mode enables true-to-life colors provided by the enhanced color gamut and cinema-tailored gamma curve; reds are enhanced to provide more natural skin tones, better color saturation and an overall more enjoyable viewing experience
  • AGILE HDR ADJUSTMENT: Fine tune image quality with a variety of HDR options including 4 HDR picture modes & new HDR brightness setting, adjustable on the fly
  • SMOOTH, LAG-FREE GAMING: Ultra-fast 240Hz gaming for blur-free visuals and unparalleled smoothness––combined with Enhanced Gaming Mode to produce a 4ms response time at 1080p, 16.9ms at 4K UHD
  • EARC SUPPORT FOR QUALITY SOUND: The support for Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) via HDMI enables the connectivity to the latest, high-quality audio technology to effortlessly enrich the sound in your home theater setup.
  • SMART plus FEATURES: With the Alexa smart home and custom skills or Google Action, control the UHZ50 projector with intuitive voice control using Amazon Echo and Google Home devices; Supports IFTTT for seamless connectivity with thousands of other smart devices
  • CREATIVE CAST: Supports Screen Mirroring and Push & Play; compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & Chrome devices
  • ULTRA-SMOOTH VIDEO: PureMotion frame interpolation technology eliminates motion blurring and image judder in fast-motion video for clear, consistent and smooth visuals
  • FLEXIBLE INSTALLATION: UHZ50 features a large 1.3x zoom, vertical & horizontal keystone correction, 4-corner geometric adjustment, 3×3 image alignment, digital zoom & digital image shift
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Optoma UHZ50 Smart 4K UHD Laser Home Theater Projector | 3000 Lumens | HDR Adjustment Options | Cinematic Color | Flexible Installation 1.3X Zoom &…
Optoma UHZ50 Smart 4K UHD Laser Home Theater Projector | 3000 Lumens | HDR Adjustment Options | Cinematic Color | Flexible Installation 1.3X Zoom &…




Specification: Optoma UHZ50 Smart 4K UHD Laser Home Theater Projector | 3000 Lumens | HDR Adjustment Options | Cinematic Color | Flexible Installation 1.3X Zoom &…

Product Dimensions

10.4 x 13.26 x 4.7 inches

Item Weight

10.5 pounds

Item model number



1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

November 1, 2021



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9 reviews for Optoma UHZ50 Smart 4K UHD Laser Home Theater Projector | 3000 Lumens | HDR Adjustment Options | Cinematic Color | Flexible Installation 1.3X Zoom &…

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  1. Corsan

    This is like the 10th projector that I’ve owned. I’ve purchased several other brands in the past 15 years including, Epson, Panasonic, Vivitar, Sanyo, and Optoma. It seems the Optoma brand has always been the best bang for your buck. I use the projector mainly for movie viewing mostly streaming from my FireTV stick, media player, and Bluray connected to my receiver so I have no need for the projector’s built in smart apps. Viewing 4K HDR material is awesome but this projector really renewed my love for 3D. I have been a fan of 3D ever since the beginning and have amassed over 200 3D movies. The 3D picture on the Optoma uhz50 is simply amazing. There is no ghosting, cross talk, nor convergence issues whatsoever as compared to LCD projectors. Just perfectly clear and colorful 3D images when paired with any DLP link 3d glasses. I’ve compared about half a dozen brands of glasses as well and it really narrows down to personal comfort. They are all very similar picture wise and I can’t really tell any difference. I have several 4K, bluray, 3D box set discs and 3D is always my first choice for movies. 3D is so much better on this projector than in the theaters. I think all movies should be presented in 3D or at least as an option. If you are a 3D fan, this is the Best 3D Laser projector yet!!!

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  2. Kindle Customer

    Very easy to install work perfect right off the bat and very very good picture!

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  3. Kindle Customer

    Looks amazing for video games. Streaming services and video look horrible and washed out.(adjusting the image wasn’t helping still looks quite bad)

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  4. NoWon

    was concerned never having seen a laser projector in person before but this has a great picture for price.

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  5. SKD007

    Once you finish color calibration, picture looks great. But only one HDMi supports eACR and pure motion which is a shame. I had to use 2×1 hdmi switch to get 2 devices work on same port and is a huge inconvenience

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  6. Frank David Obelnicki

    I love this thing. I play tons of games on it. I would love it if it had more throw options, so I could manually adjust the picture angle without physically moving the device.

    It does struggle just a bit with dark color variations. But honestly, it’s not that bad, I’d say it’s like an old vacuum tube tv in that regard. I only really notice in very dark movies and now that I’ve had it a few months, I don’t really even notice that. The picture quality in all other regards is super crisp.

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  7. Natalie

    So far the projector has been great for the price point. This is the only 4k laser projector I could find for under $5k. You can tell it is cheaper with the way the case feels, and how the software works. However at this price point I can deal with that for the awesome picture it puts out! Everything looks great and the picture is super bright. I’ve had to turn brightness way down in our media room. It is honestly bright enough to be in a living room/non media setting. I did buy the extra coverage on it as well just in case, but so long as longevity doesn’t become an issue I think this is a great buy.

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  8. Bravo

    I selected this projector to replace an older InFocus that was in my home when I bought it. Laser means no more bulb replacements, and the 4K picture quality is outstanding.

    Brightness: I paired it with a 165” Aeon screen from Elite Screens, and my theater room looks wonderful. I was concerned that the 1.3 reflectivity might make things a little hot with this bright projector, but it’s great. And since I totally suck at getting the screen completely square and level, the four corner adjustment on this projector came in really handy.

    Gaming: My son even can play COD using the gaming mode without complaining about input lag! I’m too old, so my reflexes are a bigger problem than lag, but it’s rare that I can keep him happy on a display.

    The only thing bugging me right now — and this is super-minor — is the little message about the resolution and frame rate that pops up in the corner whenever either of those things changes in a source. I didn’t realize how many different combinations of such are kicking out through my Apple TV. But maybe there’s a way to turn that off.

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  9. nh

    This projector is a great choice if you want to game and watch video in 4k on a big screen. I put it together with a 120″ screen on a floor stand.

    One of the first things to know is that as this is laser technology, there is no bulb to replace. The lasers in this are rated to last for many years.

    You might wonder if setting up a projector like this is a big fuss compared to a television. Well it could be but it doesn’t have to. If you have no pets or kids, you can set this on a coffee table. It needs to be about 3″ below the screen bottom edge and about 11′ away from the screen for 120″ diagonal (there are physical adjustment dials for each of these to give you some wiggle room). I have kids and pets so I was worried about how to mount it to the ceiling. Eventually, I realized the best thing to do was spend just a few bucks at the hardware store and make a wall shelf at the right height on the opposite wall. That is much cheaper and easier since you can easily match the shelf brackets to studs and your cables can just hang against the wall. Plus, you are using the full length of the room to get the largest image you can fit!

    Now as for the projector image, it is great! I ran a couple of hdmi cables from my pc and console through an hdmi switch to the input that supports game mode. Once you enable the game mode, the latency is very low. I was able to play a drum game on switch that requires accurate timing. Gamey, bright colors look especially vibrant when projected like e.g. Dragon Quest XI.

    For movies it is really impressive to have a 120″ screen filled up with a quality image. Overall it looks quite good. There are plenty of settings to tweak with several preset modes including cinema and game. Notably, the frame interpolation feature and the low latency feature only work on one specific hdmi input port each and those are separate.

    With a projector in this price range, there is some loss of detail in dark scenes. This can be a problem during the daytime if you can’t get the room dark enough. I decided to invest in some blackout curtains to replace my blinds.

    The projector does have its own speakers, but are you really going to want to use them? Probably not. Also, the projector comes with a usb wifi dongle or you can connect via ethernet cable. You will want to do one or the other for firmware updates.

    Where I think the main weakness of this projector lies is in the apps. There aren’t that many. The remote doesn’t always allow you to do everything. For instance, I couldn’t select the ‘don’t require otp on this browser’ in the prime video app, which means I would have to very tediously enter password and otp every time. In my opinion, a specialized streaming box or stick that does apps and remote controls better would be necessary if you aren’t going to feed pc or console input into this. That also helps with getting 4k streams because many services like prime won’t send you 4k through the pc.

    Overall, I am very happy with this as my first projector purchase. This is by far the most economical way to get such a huge 4k image.

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