Canon to showcase new projectors at InfoComm event

Canon to showcase new projectors at InfoComm event
Canon to showcase new projectors at InfoComm event
Canon USA Inc has unveiled its forthcoming high-resolution projectors, set for release at InfoComm at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.

Visitors to the Canon booth will have an opportunity to see these projectors up close, as well as viewing the new 4K reference displays. Additionally, visitors will have a chance to talk with Canon's Professional Service and Support team to learn more about programmes available for Dealer/Integrator and end-user customers.

The projectors set to be unveiled at InfoComm include the REALiS 4K500ST Pro AV LCOS Projector. This model delivers 4K resolution at 4,096×2,400, has the capability to offer brightness levels of up to 5,000 lumens and can produce sharp and clear detail. It also comes with a number of advanced setting features and weighs just 38.8 pounds.

Also included in the new range is the LX-MU800ZX Lazer DLP projector. This is Canon's first single-chip DLP projector with a Laser Phosphor Light Source. This delivers up to 20,000 hours of operation, and key features include native WUXGA resolution (1,920×1,200) and can have a brightness of up to 8,000 lumens. It also comes with seven interchangeable lenses for installation ease.

Another projector on show will be the REALiS WUX6010 Pro AV LCOS Projector. This projector offers a brightness of up to 6,000 lumens with a WUXGA resolution spanning 1,920×1,200. The projector is also compatible with the interchangeable Genuine Canon projector lenses which means it can be used for a wide range of applications from wide angle rear-projections to ultra long-throw displays.

Finally, the REALiS WUX500 Pro AV LCOS Projector will also be on display in Las Vegas. The WUX500 is a high-performance projector that combines 1,920×1,200 resolution with a brightness of up to 5,000 lumens. It also comes with additional features such as the interchangeable projection lens and an optical system that allows the same amount of intensity be thrown at different distances.

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