February 10, 2009

Canon Multimedia Projectors LV Range

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Canon announces a new line-up of projectors in their ‘LV’ range. The new widescreen WXGA resolution LV-8300 and all three new XGA models, the LV-7375, the LV-7370, and the LV-7275, offer improved brightness, seamlessly mixing high cost performance with low cost price. The LV-8300 is the first WXGA projector to be added to the range, offering wide-aspect resolution (1280 x 800 pixels) and an ultra-bright 3000 lumens. With 2600 lumens, the new LV-7275 replaces the LV-7265, while the LV-7365 is replaced by the LV-7370, at 3000 lumens. For even more brightness, Canon introduces a new 3500 lumens model, the LV-7375. Two previous models, the LV-X7 and the LV-7260, have now been discontinued.

Sleek, ultra-portable design, instant startup options and exceptional easy-to-use functionality make these projectors ideal for meeting rooms, conference facilities, mobile professionals and learning environments” said Julian Rutland, European Business Development Manager at Canon Consumer Imaging Europe. “Their compact design and intuitive controls make them well suited to many corporate and educational applications.”

Key Features
- Native WXGA resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels (LV-8300)
- Native XGA resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels (LV-7375, LV-7370, LV-7275)
- Very high brightness - 2600 to 3500 lumens (dependant on model - see the post)
- Very quiet operation – just 29dB(A) in Quiet modeShort throw distances with wide Canon 1.2x zoom projector lens
- Auto Vertical Keystone Correction
- DVI terminal with HDCP compatibility
- RJ-45 terminal for network monitoring and control
- Ergonomic design with integrated handle and easy lamp replacement
- Quick Start: ready to project in just 8 seconds
- Screen Colour Compensation including Greenboard and Whiteboard modes
- Built-In Speaker with powerful 7W output
High resolution, high performance WXGA projections come from the smaller 0.59” panel with a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:10, while transmissive 0.63” LCD panels are used to produce XGA images with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
A powerful new 230W lamp is used across the range with the addition of micro-lenses, on the LV-7370, LV-7375 and LV-8300, to further enhance performance. The bright images yielded by these new models range between 2600 and 3500 lumens, enabling projections to be viewed clearly, even in areas with high ambient light levels. For larger spaces, the LV-7375 is most suitable, with its ultra-bright 3500 lumens output.
A contrast ratio of 500:1 allows colours to be displayed with greater vibrancy, whilst black areas remain deep and solid.

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