MELVILLE, NY–Canon USA has unveiled a 4K laser projector that weighs 57.3 pounds. The REALiS 4K600STZ Pro AV Laser LCOS Projector is ideal for simulation systems, museums, art galleries, planetariums, higher education and medical education.
“We are confident this projector’s many advanced technologies and features will not only meet, but exceed the growing needs of AV professionals who demand exceptional, high-resolution and high-value projectors,” says Yuichi Ishizuka, president and chief operating officer, Canon USA.
The 4K projector has a laser phosphor light source with an extended operating time of up to 20,000 hours and the brightness is 6000 lumens with a dynamic contrast ratio up to 10,000:1. The projector is also fixed with a 4K lens and dual image processing engines for uncompressed 4K 60p playback, optimal upscaling of 2K video and other non-native 4K resolution content.
The canon projector has a setting specifically for simulation or medical education applications. Called the DICOM Simulation Mode, users can view content displayed in monochrome to show digital x-rays, CAT scans, and MRIs. For inputs, the projector has two HDMI ports and four DVI inputs supporting single, stripe and cross configurations for 4K, 2K or HD video playback. Compatibility with PJLink, Crestron Room View and AMX Device Discovery is also included.
The Canon REALiS 4K600STZ Pro AV LCOS Projector will be available by April 2017 through authorized Canon dealers.