Canon REALiS line of multimedia projectors uses advanced LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) display panels, with performance maximized by Canon’s proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) optical engine.
Canon REALiS SX800
That, in part, is what Canon says enables such precise detail from the REALiS line that even 7-point type is readable.
At InfoComm 2009, June 17-19 in Orlando, Canon will display projectors including the REALiS SX800, which features SXGA+ (1400x1050) display, 3,000 lumens of brightness and a contrast ratio of 900:1. It provides widescreen notebook and desktop computer support (and uncompressed WXGA and 720p HD video display), and a wealth of other advanced features, including a Canon 1.5x zoom lens.
Also from Canon at InfoComm this year is its top-of-the-line WUXGA-resolution (1920x1200) REALiS WUX10 widescreen multimedia projector, and the REALiS SX80 SXGA+ model with PictBridge connectivity.
The REALiS line include user-friendly features such as “Off and Go, ” which keeps the cooling fan on even after the projector has been unplugged, onscreen menus and guidance functions and more.
Canon’s LCD models include the LV-8300, a native WXGA-resolution (1280x800) projector with distortion-free 16:10 aspect-ratio display for use with widescreen notebook and desktop computers. Others include the XGA-resolution 3,500-lumen LV-7375 and 3,000-lumen LV-7370. Each features a Canon 1.2x zoom lens for a wider range of throw distances, multiple inputs such as a DVI-I interface (HDCP-compliant), network connectivity and a built-in handle.
Canon will be at InfoComm Booth 5249.
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