Large Venue Projectors
Oct 12, 2009 12:00 PM, By Jay Ankeney
More options for high-brightness projectors.
Canon's LV-7585 multimedia projector has its lens positioned in the center for ease of placement during ceiling-mount installation. With new design features to enhance its efficiency in mounting and operation and its brilliant 6500 ANSI lumens, the Canon LV-7585 also boasts a side-loading, easy-access replacement lamp and a revolutionary autowinding filter system, which automatically winds forward to expose a new, clean section of filter. It offers the flexibility of using its standard 1.3X
Canon Optics zoom lens with power lens shift (horizontal and vertical) or any one of four optional high-quality Canon interchangeable lenses, including an ultrawide-angle zoom, a wide-angle zoom, a long-focus zoom, or an ultra-long-focus zoom, and its optional LV-NI02 network imager enables users to send presentations to the LV-7585 via the network while allowing for a variety of network control, monitoring, and image-projection functions.
The Christie Digital Systems M Series now includes four resolutions: WXGA (1366x768), SX+ (1400x1050), HD (1920x1080), and WUXGA (1920x1200)—all with a variable contrast ratio of 2500:1 to 10,000:1. A prime example of the Christie M Series, the HD10K-M, is a dual-mercury-lamp, 3-chip DLP projector with all the high-end features such as warping, blending, and tiled array as standard from its 10,000-lumen output. Christie claims this class of product is a prime candidate for the redefinition of pro AV large venue projectors.
Christie claims that its brightest, most cost-efficient 3LCD large venue projector, the Christie LX1500, is the world's brightest projector in its class, delivering 15,000 ANSI lumens brightness from an advanced four-lamp, 3LCD optical engine. The LX1500 combines native XGA resolution and 2000:1 contrast ratio with the latest 10-bit image processing for flawless image reproduction. It is compatible with digital and analog signal formats from XGA data to 1080i video, with a range of optical input modules including digital blending/warping, SDO, and HD-SDI. Since the LX1500 is a body-only format projector, the available lens suite includes 11 lenses with throw ratios from 0.8:1 through 9.0:1, combined with horizontal and vertical lens shift for a broad range of installation options.
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